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Easy veggie stew

Easy veggie stewIngredients175g red lentils1 green chilli1tbsp tomato purée 2 tbsp olive oil1 medium white onion3 garlic cloves, finely minced1 large carrot1 large can chopped tomatoes1 large can chickpeashandful parsley, choppedMethodHeat the...
by Citychiclifestyle on Mar 18, 2016

Easy Crock Pot Beef Stew Recipe

I love to use my crock pot, but honestly wished I used it more! I have set a goal for myself to make and share more crock pot recipes on The Mommy-Files during 2016. One of the great things about using a crock pot is that the meal cooks all day...
by The Mommy-Files on Mar 10, 2016

Hortobágy meat crépes

Beer and Stew

St. Patty’s Day is right around the corner and Village Green of Rochester has no intentions of missing an opportunity to celebrate like the Irish! The property will hold a beer tasting event featuring Irish Stew and beer from Rochester Mills Be...
by Village Green Detroit Blog on Feb 26, 2016

Jok with Chicken [aka Rice Porridge]

Ohhhh man. There is a new food cart downtown that serves all the jook and bao I could possibly want. Jook is rice porridge of the Chinese variety. Jok is rice porridge of the Thai variety. I had no idea until now. The more you know. Anyway, the cart...
by The Hoot Eats on Feb 26, 2016

Vegetable marrow stew with pork ragout

Vegetable marrow is a kind of summer squash, it’s typically larger and longer than zucchini, with smooth, thin peel that can range in color from light beige to deep green. Vegetable marrow is low in calories with no fat or cholesterol; it provi...
by Zserbo - Recipes from Hungary on Feb 24, 2016

Wine-Braised Beef Stew

Good, old-fashioned beef stew is a simple, no-fuss dish that needs one important ingredient: time. Time ensures not only fork-tender meat but it also allows the broth and wine to gently meld their flavors and reduce to a slightly thickened, creamy te...
by The Briny Lemon on Feb 13, 2016

Slow Cooker Venison Merlot Stew Recipe

If you're a venison lover then hopefully you have tried my other two recipes by now. All three I developed myself this year in my kitchen. Actually the first three attempts on cooking it. All of them came out fantastic and I was thrilled to share the...
by What's Cookin' Italian Cuisine on Feb 10, 2016

Chili with Braised Beef and Squash

I had such high hopes for this chili because all of components are awesome in some form or another. It’s a bean-less chili though, which is almost hard for me to call it a chili because I always always always have chili with beans in it. I hav...
by The Hoot Eats on Feb 7, 2016

Green Chile Stew from Tocabe An American Indian Eatery

I received an invitation a few weeks ago to a new local restaurant, Tocabe, an American Indian Eatery. While there is a location near Denver that was featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives, this new space in Greenwood Village, CO w...
by Creative Culinary on Feb 2, 2016

Slow Cooker Recipes: Easy Italian Style Beef Stew

Today’s recipe is one of my slow cooker recipes I enjoy making. It’s an easy recipe. The steps go really quickly. Then once in the slow cooker it finishes all the work. Just checking on it on occasion, giving it a good stir. As...
by Dear Creatives on Feb 1, 2016

Bagnet Stew

Filipino Style Recipe: Bagnet Stew is another way on how to cook bagnet as main ingredient. Bagnet is a popular delicacy in Ilocos made from pork belly deep fried until crispy and blister on skin. This dish has a sour and a little salty taste best to...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Jan 25, 2016

Pumpkin Chickpea Stew with Browned Sage

This pumpkin chickpea stew is brought to you by a break in-between study sessions. Pumpkin in January isn’t that weird, right? You’ll probably have a better time finding cans of it this time of year anyway. Actually, maybe not. Does anyo...
by The Hoot Eats on Jan 22, 2016

Another Amazing Lamb and Barley Stew

This recipe is different from the previous lamb and barley stew recipe in that it has tomatoes and I used part of a boneless leg of lamb rather than chops. I think this is even BETTER than the first recipe, which is why it’s called Awesome! :)...
by Misangela.com on Jan 21, 2016

Caldo Verde – Portuguese Green Soup

Be still my heart. I miss Portugal. This soup makes me realize just how much I miss it. Travel planning is in full force around here. I don’t want to jinx where we think we’re headed yet, but once I know for sure, you’ll know. I pro...
by The Hoot Eats on Jan 16, 2016

Asian Chicken and Chickpea Stew

This recipe started off as more of a Moroccan type stew, but somehow ended up with an Asian taste profile – but with chickpeas! It is light, low fat, low carb and very tasty! This is a small recipe that makes about 5 cups. Double if you want pl...
by Misangela.com on Jan 16, 2016

Recipe: Slow-Cooked Borlotti Bean Chilli (A Veganuary Recipe – Batch Cooking for the Freezer)

Happy New Year… and happy Veganuary!  Whether or not you’re taking part and going vegan for January, this smoky and spicy Borlotti Bean Chilli is ideal for making in a huge batch on a rainy Saturday afternoon, then bagging up and freezin...
by The Veg Space on Jan 5, 2016

Pork Dinuguan (Ilokano Style)

Filipino Style Recipe: Pork Dinuguan (Ilokano Style) or Pork blood stew is a Filipino recipe or dish that consist of savory stew of blood and meat simmered in a rich, spicy gravy of pig blood, garlic, pepper and vinegar. It is recognizably thick and...
by Filipino Style Recipe on Jan 3, 2016

Sponsored Post: Rabbit Stew

This rabbit stew with root vegetables is perfect for a cold winter dinner! When she was a child, my partner’s mom ate some rabbit and declared to the person who served it that “This is the best chicken I’ve ever eaten!” When she was told it w...
by Eat the Love on Dec 23, 2015

12 SOUPS TO WARM UP YOUR WINTER

Last year we decided to try to mix in more soup recipes into our winter recipe repertoire. We started looking out for winter soup and stew recipes to try and ended up discovering many new favorites. As the weather cools, soups are a great way to warm...
by Thou Swell on Dec 18, 2015


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