Recipe: Heavy Kodo Stew

by Shelbi on March 18th, 2008

Heavy Kodo Stew (feeds 6)
by: Anna (Feathermoon) Too Many Annas

Ingredients:
1.5 – 2lbs kodo meat, cubed small (if out of Kodo, beef stew meat will work)
1 package mushrooms, chopped
2 cups of chopped carrots
1 small onion, chopped into chunks
2 cloves of garlic, minced
1can condensed cream of mushroom soup
1 package dehydrated beefy onion soup mix
1 Tbsp soothing spices (use 1 Tbsp fresh or 1 tsp dried thyme and parsley, if out)
1/4c whiskey (dry red wine also works)
flour
salt and pepper to taste
1.5 lbs small Runn Tum Tubers (if out of Tubers, use baby red potatoes or noodles)

Directions:
In a 3 QT slow cooker add the onion soup mix, the condensed mushroom soup (do not reconstitute!) and the whiskey – whisk until blended. Dump in the kodo meat, carrots, onion, mushrooms, and garlic. Stir once, cover, and cook on high for 4-6 hours, low for 8-10 hours. About one hour prior to serving, add a handful of flour to thicken if necessary (about 1/8 cup) and give it a good stir.

Quarter and de-eye the tubers and boil in salted water until fork tender. Serve the stew over the tubers.

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7 Comments
  1. That looks delicious! I’ll give the recipe a shot this weekend. =)

  2. A meal fit for a HORDE!

  3. You know, I keep looking at that picture… yes, the recipe sounds good… but that picture…

    That picture is professional quality, resteraunt advertisement in a glossy food mag, 5 star good. It’s a gorgeous picture. The framing, composition, the lighting, the colors and textures and shades…

    It does what a picture of food should do. It makes me want this food, and I mean right now!

    Whoever took that picture…. you rock. Amazing job!

  4. Johnny B permalink

    Wow, nice work. I just came across your website via wowinsider and never thought of taking food to IRL, but is deffinately an awesome idea! It also looks great, I am going to make this soon. Should try to make a spicy crawdad and i can reminisce about my youth in the south ;)

  5. Taylor M permalink

    Wow I really like this food as well as the food i often ate in wow

    I jsut heard your blog from some blog, so i interested in this recipe.

    i will often visit here

    be happy with you all :D

  6. ezzer permalink

    Just made this for my parents, was absolutely incredible.

    Thanks for the recipe!

  7. Goldenbough (Perenolde) permalink

    This stew is wonderful. I put the tubers right in slow cooker with all the rest of the ingredients and it turned out very well. It was appreciated by all the hungry adventurers at my hearth.

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