Super easy and yummy! Didn't even chop up an onion or green pepper. Just used some potatoes o'brien.
Easy Brunswick Stew
Madjodellie Posted: 02/07/10
sharper521 Posted: 10/23/09
Great recipe, got a round of appalause from the family. Substituted an extra 1 cup of bbq pork for the frozen okra and added a little extra chicken broth. Delicious!
BeckyWilson Posted: 11/11/09
This was definitely not my favorite brunswick stew recipe. It lacked some flavor. It also over-flowed in my slow cooker since it was so full and was cooked on high. Not terrible if you add some chipotle tobasco to each bowl though.
cupcake22 Posted: 09/26/09
I made this for our Bible study group and it was a HUGE hit! Everyone wanted the recipe. It made enough for a group of 16 adults. I made it a day in advance and it was much better the second day.
Michael Craig Posted: 11/13/09
This has become our cool or cold weather staple. Have used this recipe for many years and always pleased with it. Make fresh baked cornbread in a black iron skillet to go with it and the meal is complete.
janetmariee Posted: 09/15/10
Everyone loved this. I did leave out the okra since I already knew that my family wouldn't touch it. I've made it several times now.
PassionCooking Posted: 02/08/11
This was very good! I added extra spices and some garlic to the stew, but other than that followed the recipe exactly.
BuffaloFrank Posted: 10/05/11
good - not great but good
TriciaS Posted: 10/28/11
We thought this was easy, delicious & tasty. Did make couple of changes. Added more barbeque pork (1 - 2 cups) also left out tomato sauce and added extra can diced fire-roasted tomates and used frozen vegetables (no canned) and 1/4 t red pepper instead of black. Let cook in slow cooker 5 hrs. on low. Wonderful!!
Kitzer Posted: 01/12/12
melonsmoresize Posted: 01/07/12
I love this recipe- such a great thing to come home to on a cold day. I make a slow cooker BBQ and root beer pulled pork (I've used both pork shoulder and tenderloin, and we can't tell a difference except that the loin is leaner) the day before and shred the meat. Then I can add remaining ingredients to a slow cooker, pop in the fridge, and take out the morning after to heat slowly throughout the day. I've found by using the BBQd pork, I have yet to meet a man, soup-haters included, who didn't devour this recipe. Makes a lot and reheats well. I recommend for wives with picky-eating husbands and kids who have a hard time with vegetables. Bon appetit!
seaside725 Posted: 06/07/13
This was so easy to make. I didn't make it in the slow cooker, instead I put it in the oven on 325 for 2 hours. I also used O'Brien potatoes which eliminated the need for the onions and green peppers. We are not a fan of okra, so I used green beans instead. This will be a perm staple for winter meals. Yummy!!