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So I put a beef stew on this morning, in the slow cooker. To cut a long story short I used the wrong side of the coarse pepper container and poured far too much into the stew. I thought I had taken most of it out, but having now returned home I've discovered it is still dammed spicy/hot. I still can stomach the heat level but ideally I'd like to cool it down
I've tried putting a little bit of full cream milk in it, which hasn't done a lot. I've also had a look about online for suggestions - with sour cream, coconut cream or limes being suggested. Does anyone else have any ideas or suggestions? I've not decided whether to have it with something else, say mashed potatoes or rice as yet. Any thoughts on whether one of those (or something else) may help cool it down some more too?
The stew itself has beef, potatoes, carrots, chopped tomatoes and yellow onions as the main ingredients. I've also added salt, paprika and of course black pepper. It has been slow cooking for about 7 hours now, with the intention that I eat it in about 2 hours. I plan to put some fresh bay leaves in soon as well.