You’ll love this Instant Pot (or Slow Cooker) Low-Carb Southwestern Beef Stew with tomatoes, olives, and chiles and a touch of lime! We also used a little cauliflower rice to thicken the stew. Use Pressure Cooker Recipes for more ideas like this one.
When it’s cold outside and you just want something that’s warm and comforting this Instant Pot (or Slow Cooker) Low-Carb Southwestern Beef Stew is going to be so delicious for an easy dinner! And this stew is loaded with Southwestern flavors, but it’s still only slightly spicy so this is a recipe the whole family can enjoy.
This Southwestern Beef Stew was a slow cooker recipe on my site for years, and recently I worked with Kara to create an Instant Pot version of this popular stew. We were worried there would be too much liquid in the finished stew, so we cooked a little cauliflower rice with the stew to thicken it, and that worked so perfectly! You can’t taste the cauliflower but it adds a nice texture, and we ate the stew with some chopped avocado and a squeeze of extra lime added at the table. We absolutely loved the updated version of this stew, and I savored it again when I took a bowl out of the freezer and heated it up for a quick dinner.
Those authentically Mexican salt and paper shakers in the photo are from Gorky Pottery in Guanajuato, Mexico and I had fun visiting their factory and seeing how the Mexican pottery is made when I traveled to Mexico recently. Watch for more fun Gorky Pottery pieces to show up in food photos, mostly salad bowls. And if you ever make it to Guanajuato, I highly recommend a tour of the factory!
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