The Navajo love their lamb and mutton, but back in the day – at the right times of the year – they'd also get out there and hunt things like elk, which they'd stew with wild juniper berries. What's amazing for me is that thousands of miles away in Britain we were hunting deer for venison and stewing that with juniper too. I guess some combos are just brilliant, no matter where you live. Don't worry if you can't get venison, because stewing beef will also be delicious. Really nice served with some rice, beans, a jacket potato or flatbreads, or, if you're a bit more traditional, some nice steamed greens. A humble but delicious stew.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 378kcal
- Carbs 35.2g
- Sugar 6.7g
- Fat 11.0g
- Saturates 4.0g
- Protein 34.7g
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