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Casserole/ Stew. Are The Two Different In Your View?

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RATTER15 | 16:07 Sat 08th Apr 2017 | Food & Drink
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I looked up the difference between the two and a little surprised to find that the general consensus according to google is that there is no difference.

Well there is in my opinion, a casserole would contain less liquid, bigger chunks or even whole cuts of meat, where a stew would be more like a soup but with larger bits. Also a casserole would be cooked in the oven in a "casserole" dish where a stew would be cooked in a large saucepan on hob.

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Without reading the other replies, it would seem to me that Ratter has the correct idea here.....more liquid, more stew. less liquid more, more casserole !
21:00 Sat 08th Apr 2017
Mega LOL!!!!!
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Oo-er. We have a Greek scholar in our midst.
Well it's stew in a pan and casserole in the oven for me. And it's only a hot-pot if it has sliced potato on the top.
Without reading the other replies, it would seem to me that Ratter has the correct idea here.....more liquid, more stew. less liquid more, more casserole !
In all my years I have never come across a stew cooked on the hob. Always in the oven. Bung it in and ignore for 4 or 5 hours.
Lobscouse, meat veg and tatties - Blind Scouse, nay meat.
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A myriad, plug socket, fairly unique.....
What about casseroles dishes that are can be cooked on the hob?
Very little difference imo and certainly not worth bothering about.
I don't see the relevance to stew/casserole, Douglas, but in any case how can something be fairly unique? It is either unique or it isn't.
I think Douglas was adding to Allen's 'shudder' moments , or it's a very rum recipe indeed.
Thank you, Mamyalynne

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