4 cups of potatoes cubed
2 cups of carrots
pack of onion soup mix
2 cans of roast beef
1 cup of water
Juices from 2 cans of roast beef
4 tablespoons of white bean flour (ground regular white beans)
Cut up potatoes and carrots. Add the juice from ONE of the cans of meat, the onion soup mix, and 1 cup of water to pressure cooker (You can boil this on the stove, but you’ll probably need more water). The reason I do it in the pressure cooker is because it only takes 8 minutes to cook.
Once your potatoes and carrots are cooked save them in a separate bowl. Combine the juice from the other can of meat with 4 tablespoons of white bean flour (grind in your wheat grinder). You can probably also use white flour, or cornstarch, I just like how healthy the bean flour is. Make sure you mix it well. The picture here is showing it clumpy because I took the picture before I mixed it well.
The mixture will thicken as you bring it to a boil. If you’re finding it’s to thick, you can add water. If it’s not thick enough, you can add more bean flour (just make sure you mix the bean flour with a little bit of cold water first). Once it’s boiling, add the meat.
Once the meat is warm add back in the potatoes and carrots. I actually did this ALL in my pressure cooker and it took me about 25 minutes from start to finish. I added salt and pepper to taste, then bravely TRIED the canned meat. I was so excited it tasted so great.