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Roasting your veggies will give a "richer" and somewhat sweeter flavor to your stew. As mentioned in another answer, your cooking times are reduced by pre-roasting. Also, it's been my experience that pre-roasting or deeply browning your meat will Vastly improve your stews!
You will get the roasty, caramelized flavors; how much influence they will have on the overall flavor of your stew will depend on several factors including: How deeply you roast the them How much you add, proportionately, into the stew How strongly flavored the other items in the stew are Roasting the vegetables will also cook them, so you will want to ...
With all due respect to Chef Oliver, I do see some problems with the recipe he offers. In The New Best Recipe Book, from Cook's illustrated in the section on beef roasts they note that when beef is roasted at above 250°F the internal temperature will rise by 18°F during the resting period, however when roasting below 250°F the internal temperature only ...
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