Beef Stew Seasoning Mix
McCormick® Beef Stew Seasoning Mix is a delicious blend of spices and seasonings that you can trust to deliver the homemade taste you want, every time. For beef stew your whole family will love, McCormick® Beef Stew Seasoning Mix is the perfect choice.
Corn Starch, Salt, Onion, Sugar, Tomato Powder, Spices, Hydrolyzed Corn Gluten, Soy Protein, And Wheat Gluten, Paprika, Caramel Color, Cultured Whey(Milk), Citric Acid, Autolyzed Yeast, Xanthan Gum, Natural Flavor, And Beef Extract.
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Beef is one of the most popular meats around the world and can be cooked many different ways. The most popular methods are grilling and broiling, which is found in most restaurants in the United States. Grilling beef is usually accomplished at very high temperatures, which helps to create a crisp, well-done exterior. Beef can also be roasted, which has a more smooth and delicate texture, preserving the juices and fats in the protein. Beef is an excellent source of protein, providing an average of 25 grams per serving. Additionally, there are other vitamins and minerals that beef contains such as phosphorus, vitamin B6 and Iron. There are several cuts to choose from when selecting beef. The brisket is used in a lot of different stews and soups in the United States and also for corned beef, given its solid texture. The chuck, which is near the head, is the most common cut that is found in hamburger. The loin of the cow, which is near the rear, is broken down into short loin, sirloin and tenderloin, in order of tenderness. The tenderloin is the most valuable cut, used in filet mignon dishes in upscale restaurants.