Pork Stew

Total sodium:
230 mg

Approximately 230 mg sodium per serving. (Mostly because of the meat!)
Slow cooker stew (2 servings)


  • Pork 600g
  • Potatoes 2
  • Carrots 3
  • Mushrooms 8
  • Onions 2 (small)
  • Campbell’s no salt added beef broth 1 1/2 cups
  • Flour 2 tsp
  • Approx 1 tsp of
  • Paprika
  • Rosemary
  • Thyme
  • Sage
  • Black pepper
  • 1 bay leaf


Cut up meat into 1 inch cubes after trimming off fat. Put in bottom of crick pot. Mix flour and spices and coat the meat with mixture. Then add onions, potatoes, mushrooms, and carrots, mixing in between. Tuck bay leaf in. Pour beef broth over. Slow cook on high for five hours.



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