Stews are an important part of any cuisine around the globe
Balanced meals– Stews provide a good amount of vegetables, meat, and starches, as a perfect balance for your nutritional well being.
Stews are economically– as the recipes usually require ingredients that are common and easy to find, like cheap cuts of meat, or vegetables that are available all year round. A pot of stew feeds a crowd, so this type of meals are suitable for families with numerous members, at big gatherings or places where people are in need of food.
Slow and low– Stews are made by using slow cooking methods (unless you use a pressure cooker to speed up the process), so tough cuts of mear are tenderized.
Stews are flavorful– Because of the slow cooking process, the ingredients have the time to become friendly with each other, making the stews flavorful and comforting especially during the cold season.
Less energy– As the cooking on the stove is done on low temperatures, stewing consumes less energy.
Stews are beautiful dishes– The vegetables and meats used in these recipes retain their own juice and aromas, making the meal a rich and interesting choice of textures and flavors.
This collection of 44 easy stew recipes is designed to inspire you to go into the kitchen and make something delicious for your family or friends. Enjoy!
Hatch Pork Green Chili is a savory pork stew featuring Hatch green chile peppers. A spicy soup from the southwest. Gluten-free and keto-low carb. Great for fall cold weather and game day food. Serve in a bowl or smothered on Mexican food.
This Chicken is Stewed in Tomato Garlic and Cinnamon- Kota Kapama is a Greek recipe made with chicken braised in tomato sauce, cinnamon, and garlic. A delicious dish that can feed a crowd, therefore perfect for any occasion you need to entertain.
Brunswick Stew is a traditional Southern dish that is the perfect way to use up leftovers. It’s a flavorful, budget-friendly, soul-warming stew that is so easy to make.https://conservamome.com/carne-con-papas-cuban-beef-stew-recipe/
Serve this robust and deeply flavorful mushroom stew over mashed root vegetables for a simple, warming autumn supper. While wild mushrooms, like chanterelle and boletes, give the stew an extraordinary, rich flavor, you'll find that it's equally good made with the button and cremini mushrooms you can find at your local grocery store, too.
This Keto Brazilian Shrimp Stew recipe is my low-carb version of the classic Moqueca de Camaroes. It is so incredibly delicious with a creamy coconut and tomato base, plump juicy shrimp, jalapeno, all brightened up with fresh lemon juice. It is easy to make but perfect for any occasion, from a fancy get-together with friends to a quiet dinner at home with family!
Celebrate the flavors of Fall! This is the perfect weather for a comforting one-pot meal of hearty Pumpkin and Pork Stew. The sweet flavor of pumpkin teams up with tender chunks of pork, herbs, and spices, creating an amazing, mouthwatering fragrance in your kitchen.
A rich, flavor-intense lamb stew served with a garlic polenta. This lamb stew is an easy recipe to put together and finished in the oven while the garlic polenta takes about 10 minutes just before serving.
Cioppino is a seafood lover’s dream come true. Use this easy cioppino recipe as a guide, adding the seafood you have on hand, or prefer to have in the dish. As long as your seafood is fresh, it’s a winner!
When you're looking for a seafood dish that's full of flavor and easy to make my version of a Spanish Seafood Stew is just what you're looking for. And it's easy to customize, by using the seafood that you like to eat or that you have on hand.
Bazella is a basic recipe of Lebanese stewed peas and carrots, it’s our family’s fallback recipe whenever we need something quick to make. This recipe is vegan friendly, using peas and carrots in a tomato base (yakhni). Traditionally served over Lebanese vermicelli rice.
One of the easiest stews you will ever make, this Brazilian Fish Stew is made with fish and shrimp simmered in a slightly spicy and tangy tomato-based coconut milk broth. AND...it takes less than 20 minutes to make!!
This stew is assembled in layers with meat on the bottom of the pot, onions, eggplant, peppers, potatoes, fresh herbs, and tomatoes piled on top. A low slow oven braise brings it all together and yields a delicious and satisfying stew with meltingly tender lamb and vegetables, and rich flavorful sauce.
An easy one-pot recipe for Korean chicken stew with spinach simmered in an addictive sweet and spicy sauce that uses store-bought Gochujang. Serve this with rice for a delicious meal that the whole family will love.
This Latvian Stew recipe is based on a dish from the pages of A Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles. It's a simple, comforting combination of tender, slow-cooked pork shoulder, carrots, onions, apricots, and prunes that's warm and flavorful and even better the next day.
Note: “We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.”