I think I may have found a new love of mine. Beef Stew in a Bread Bowl. That's right, it's so important, it needs capitalized letters.
First off, I made bread bowls, following this recipe, kind of. I didn't use all purpose flour, but instead used bread flour, also used olive oil and added 1 tsp of sugar. Nom. They ended up looking like this:
Then, I started cookin' my pressure cooker beef stew. So easy.
1lb of stew beef
about 5 small potatoes, cut up (peeled or not peeled. Your choice)
a small bag of baby carrots, or about 5 regular carrots, peeled and chopped
half a bag of green beans (being vague, sorry.)
1 packet of Lipton's Onion Soup Mix
1 cup of water.
Layer it in the order of written, put on lid, close. Turn heat onto medium, walk away until done.
While that was cooking, I finished up the bread and let it cooled, then carved a bowl out of 'em.
Something like that. And all I had to do was just wait on the pressure cooker to do it's thing. Once it was done, I was able to stuff it full of beef stew.
Awww yeah, boooooooyyyy! The bowls were fairly small, but seriously filling and oh so good.