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Sweet Potato Peanut Stew

Sweet potato peanut stew, or groundnut stew, is called Mafe in West Africa. The stew uses a savory sauce made from peanut butter and tomatoes and is common throughout West and Central Africa. This recipe is based on one from Iba Thiam, chef and owner of Cazamance restaurant in Austin, Texas, and it is one of

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Meaty Mushroom Stew over Garlic Mashed Potatoes

This recipe comes to us from The Meatless Monday Family Cookbook by Jenn Sebestyen.

Jenn says: “This recipe reminds me a bit of pot roasts from my childhood. Of course, back then, it was beef, not mushrooms, but the flavor profiles are similar and both dishes are warm comfort food that

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Warming Carrot Cauliflower Stew

This comforting stew is the perfect way to warm up over the holidays. Carrots and cauliflower are seasoned with an enticing spice blend to make a saucy stew you and your guests are sure to enjoy.

This recipe comes to us from Picky Diet.

 

Serves 4

 

3 Tbsp olive oil,

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White Bean and Root Vegetable Stew

Featuring butternut squash, celery root and carrots in a base of protein-packed navy beans and seasoned with hearty herbs, this stew is perfect for a fall afternoon. This recipe comes to us from Elliott Prag, Chef-Instructor at The Natural Gourmet Institute.

Serves 8.

3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil 1 teaspoon caraway seeds 1

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Sweet Potato Caramelized Onion Stew

Pumpkins are roasted sweet, potatoes are steamed tender and onions are caramelized in this hearty stew with flavors both sweet and savory. Curry powder and chili powder give this supper a kick, while fresh thyme lends its herbal undertone

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9 Meatless Soups & Stews to Warm Up Winter

Winter is here, and with it all the hearty and savory foods of the season!

One-pot meals like soups or stews can be simple to assemble, easy to cook, and even easier to clean up (just one pot and your prep utensils). A simmering stockpot on the stove is a welcome sight for friends and

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Moroccan Garbanzo Bean Stew

The warm and comforting flavors of cardamom, cinnamon and cumin will have you forgetting all about the cold temperatures outside! This recipe comes to us from Kristina of Former Chef and is featured in our free e-cookbook, We ♥ Comfort Food: Heart-Healthy Meatless Monday Recipes.

Serves 10

2 Tbsp olive oil 1 yellow onion, sliced

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Red Lentil, Quinoa and Vegetable Stew

This satisfying main dish is a unique combination that cooks up like a pilaf but tastes like a wonderful, Indian-spiced chili. Tender quinoa and lentils blend beautifully to form its protein-rich base, which is studded with colorful vegetables and infused with aromatic spices. This recipe comes to us from Ellie Krieger, author of the

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A Hobo Stew for the
Late, Great Pete Seeger

Edgy Veggie columnist Ellen Kanner has penned a moving tribute to folk legend Pete Seeger, who died two weeks ago at the age of 94. It amounts to a rousing celebration of both food and music, and their ability to effect positive social change. In Kanner’s candid view, preparing a meal should call for the

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Martha Stewart Gives Body + Soul To Movement

body + soulIn this month’s issue of Martha Stewart’s Body & Soul magazine, author Jenny Rosenstrach tells readers how the Meatless Monday pledge helped her make more healthful choices. She offers tips on how to create fun meatless meals and encourages all of us to take the pledge!

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Southwestern Squash Stew

This stew will amaze as everyday ingredients blend together to form a deliciously spiced one pot wonder. It’s flexible enough to incorporate a wide variety of hearty vegetables, so if you don’t have winter squash or zucchini on hand, try it with another gourd

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Stewed Green Tomatoes

A perfect option for those not-so-ripe tomatoes at the end of the season. Delicious as a side-dish

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Winter Warmer Stew

Such a hearty stew you may not even notice it’s meatless!

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Moroccan Pumpkin Stew

One of our readers suggests adding cooked chickpeas to improve this recipe with a boost of protein and fiber. That’s a great variation!

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