Homemade maggot stew

Yield: 1 Servings

Measure Ingredient
2 tablespoons Vegetabel oil
¼ cup Flour
½ teaspoon Salt
½ teaspoon Pepper
¼ teaspoon Garlic powder
1 pounds Stew beef cut in one inch
\N \N Chunks
2 cans (14 1/2oz) plain stewed
\N \N Tomatoes
1 can (10 1/2oz) beef broth
1 teaspoon Thyme
1 \N Bay leaf
3 mediums To 4 carrots
1 cup Fresh or frozen green beans
¾ cup Orzo pasta
\N \N Sharp knife
\N large Stew pot with lid
\N \N Ziploc bag
\N \N Long handled cooking spoon
\N \N Carrot peeler
\N large Saucepan
\N \N Colander
\N \N Slotted spoon
8 \N Soup bowls
\N \N Soup ladle


Place oil in stew pot and with an adult's help, turn heat to medium low. Measure flour, salt, pepper and garlic powder into ziploc bag.

Drop in stew beef, seal bag and shake untilwell coated. Pour contents of bag into the stew pot. Turn the heat up to med With an adult's help, use a long handles spoon to turn the meat every 3-4 minutes, letting the meat brown well on all sides. Cook until the meat begins to look crusty. Add the tomatoes, broth, thyme and bay leaf. Bring to a boil, then lower heat to low. C With an adult's help, peel the carrots and cut them into small coins with a knife. When the stew has simmered for one hour, add the carrots and green beans to the pot. Cover and simmer another 45 minutes.

With an adult's help, cook the orzo in a saucepan according to the package directions. when just tender, drain it through a colander into the sink, shaking out any excess water. These are your maggots.

Add them to the stew pot, then turn off heat and care Sicko serving suggestion: Turn any meaty meal into a freakish feast by spreading a layer of orzo maggots on top of your roasted, baked or boiled beast!

From the Book: Gross Grub by Cheryl Porter Random House ISBN 0-679-86693-0

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