Amish Hamburger Stew
A very hearty Hamburger Stew that is full of ground beef, vegetables and is made on your stovetop. This is a great way to use up all the vegetables before they go bad. A very easy stew.
Adapted from: Mennonite & Amish Recipes and More
Prepare all of the vegetables.
In a deep stock pot, add the ground beef.
Cook over medium heat until no pink
remains. Drain the grease and set aside.
In a large pan over medium heat add
the oil, mushrooms, carrots, celery &
onion. Cook until the vegetables start
to get tender, stirring frequently.
Pour the vegetables into the ground beef pot.
Add all the rest of the ingredients.
Stir and bring to a boil over medium-high
heat. Reduce heat to a simmer, cover and
simmer for about 30 minutes or
until the potatoes are tender.
Ladle into serving bowls and enjoy!
Amish Hamburger Stew
- 2 pounds ground beef
- 1 Tbsp. olive oil
- 2 – 14.5 oz. cans beef broth
- 1 – 10 oz can Rotel (with diced tomatoes & green chilies)
- 2 – 14.5 oz cans diced tomatoes
- 2 medium potatoes (peeled and diced)
- 2 medium onions (peeled and diced)
- 6 carrots (peeled and sliced thin)
- 4 stalks celery (sliced thin)
- 1 cup mushrooms (sliced)
- 2 tsp salt or to taste
- 1 tsp pepper or to taste
- In a large pot over medium heat, cook the ground beef until no pink remains. Drain the grease and set aside.
- In another large pot over medium heat add the oil, cooking until hot.
- Add the carrots, onion, celery and mushrooms to the oil. Stirring frequently, cook until the vegetables start to get tender, about 5 minutes.
- Pour the cooked vegetables into the ground beef pot.
- Add all of the remaining ingredients and stir.
- Bring to a boil over medium-high heat.
- Reduce to a simmer, cover and simmer for 30 minutes or until the potatoes are tender.
- Ladle into bowls and serve.
Categories: Ground Beef, Stew, Vegetables/Slaws/Salads
wow loaded stew
fantastic it has mushrooms
Yes I love mushrooms too!
LOOKS INVITING ON A COLD WINTERS NIGHT DIANE. I ALWAYS SAVE THEGREASE FOR MY IRISH GIRLFRIEND AS SHE LOVES TO POUR IT OVER HER ULSTER FRY TO MAKE IT EXTRA GREASY, CHINA
That is so nice of you! I save my bacon grease but never have saved the ground beef grease.
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Thanks China! ❤❤❤
Perfect fall meal!
Yes! It was so hearty! Thanks!
Sounds like a great winter dish, o live to make soups and stews )
Definitely! I can eat stew or soup anytime…lol
This looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it.
Enjoy we sure did! Thank you!
Looks so yummy! 😊
It was a big hit! Thank you for all your support!!!
Sounds yummy! Now that the weather is getting cooler, sounds like a good time for a pot of soup.
It sure is! Thanks Robin!
This looks a perfect meal going into fall/winter!
Yes perfect for fall and winter. Thank you Erica!
The best vegetable soup (possibly beef stock, I cannot be certain) was at an Amish-style restaurant near Lancaster, PA. My grandmother lived there when I was young. I can still taste it 40+ years later.
This looks pretty tasty as well. 🙂
You should give this a try and see if it is close or not. Lots of Amish in PA!
mmmm – this looks really delicious – even on a hot day I could find a way to eat this stew –
Oh definitely! It was in the mid 70’s here and we had no problem devouring this in two days!
so life giving and replenishing
Good winter dish to heat one up .Or on a day rainy.Nothing beats old fashioned stew.Amish Im still researching seems a sect who refuse modern living. Stick with the horse and no TV. is this the was they live? Never heard of them until now. They eat well and grow all the need seems a good way to go. Will not give up my cars though
That’s OK, I won’t give up electricity either! They don’t use electricity. Yes they farm the land with horses, have community barn raisings and are very religious. a very admirable community.
We ate a very similar version of this when I was a child a lot! Good stuff!
Yes it really is good! Isn’t it funny how food brings back childhood memories?
wow this looks delicious. I am happy to try this one 🙂 The ingredients are easy to find. Is this sour?
Not at all sour. A beefy, hearty and delicious taste. Thanks so much.
Oh my God, this dish looks very inviting, hearty, and rich.
It is all of those and a delicious Amish recipe. You won’t be sorry if you give it a try. Thank you!
It’s crystal clear, it is dish go for it.
Definitely trying this one
It was really good Amorina. Enjoy!
As Fall approaches, all the nice smells in the kitchen … stews and soups simmering on the stove and apple and pumpkin pies … makes me hungry looking at pictures like this Diane.
Well if you lived closer I would bring you a bowl! Thank you Linda for you nice comment.
You know I do believe you’d do that Diane. 🙂 You are welcome!
Yum, Diane! This looks perfect, we love a bulky stew. Definitely gonna make this one, maybe next week. 🙂
Another simple, hearty and delicious recipe. I love Amish recipes. Thank you!
I don’t think we’ve ever tried an Amish recipe but we bought the ingredients we needed for this soup today. 🙂 Can’t wait to try it!
You’ll love it! The only difference in Amish recipes is that they are mostly from scratch.
That sounds delicious.
Is it an original Amish-Recipe? I thinkt they normally eat hearty cuisine.
I found the recipe from an Amish FB page. Yes very hearty and from scratch when they cook. Give it a try it was amazing.
I am sure, it was.
On your blog there are so delicious things. One question:
Have you ever tasted “Poutine”? Once a week I am cooking Poutine and my husband loves it. Maybe this dinner could be a fine recipe for your blog too.
Thank you so much! No I have never tried Poutine. I just googled it and will have to try it!
In Europe it is hard to find the typical cheese for this recipe. So I am using Gouda instead. It is only necessary getting a melting cheese.
There are so many ways making great Poutine, a needed more than 10 versions to find my version 🙂
I am sure you will find the perfect way for your Poutine-version.
We bought the ingredients to make it so hopefully this week I can try it. I don’t know what it is about this, I just have to try it!