Aubergine & Lemongrass Curry. About two years ago we left Sweden to travel the world with Elsa.
She was only six months old at the time, and we had no idea what to expect or how things would go. I remember when we sat there in the airplane just before take-off; It all starts here, I thought to myself. And it definitely did. One-Pot Butternut & Cabbage Stew. Hi, this is David!
Luise will soon tell you about this recipe of hers and we also have a little quick video of it, but I just wanted to mention one thing before we get all warm and cosy. If you are reading this on a Safari browser, our typography has probably turned all bold and ugly on you. I am so sorry about that! It really hurts my design eyes to see our site like this. During our six years of blogging, we have never changed the design of this blog. Mango Curry Tempeh. Restaurant curries in your kitchen. vegan glutenfree recipe. Tempeh Tikka Masala with Kale. Vegan Glutenfree. Creamy Thai Sweet Potato Curry. Thai Pumpkin Curry. I don’t know about you, but with fall TV starting up again I’ve been hearing a lot of hype about different shows.
I’m a big fan of crime dramas (Law and Order SVU and Motive are my standard faves) and even though it completely freaks me out, I’m addicted to The Walking Dead. So when several people recommended America Horror Story to me, I thought it couldn’t be that scary. Turmeric Lentil Stew Recipe. The following recipe for Turmeric Lentil Stew was originally featured on Running to the Kitchen and written by Gina Matsoukas, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Fitness.
Fourteen years ago, I found myself in sketchiest of all hotels I've ever stayed at in my life in Marrakech, Morocco. Ten or so of us from college decided we wanted to explore Africa since we were living so close to it just across the Strait of Gibraltar in Spain for the semester so we enlisted Manolo, our program director's guitar playing, long gray-haired boyfriend to take us. Vegetable Farro Stew with Figs and Pine Nuts Recipe - Grant Achatz. Vegetarian Bouillabaisse. We did a little survey on instagram a few days ago where we asked what type of recipes you would like to see more of here on the blog.
Lots of fun and creative suggestions popped up. The sum of it was pretty clear though. There seem to be a never-ending need for Quick Family Dinners, Budget Recipes, Healthy Breakfasts and more Vegan dishes. We will certainly take these topics in mind for future updates. If you have more suggestions, go ahead and leave a comment below. Quick Family Dinners Budget Healthy Breakfasts Vegan Dinners Savoury Snacks also seem to be a thing that we need to make more of so that will come up soon.
Today’s recipe is a vegetarian version of the French fish stew Bouillabaisse and ironically it doesn’t seem to be even close to the topics that you are asking to see more of. But if we look past the fact that this apparently is an entirely unwanted recipe from your side, we do have some good news: You are going to love it anyway! Root Vegetable Cassoulet with Sweet Potatoes. Whenever I make a vegetarian version of a meat-based staple, I’m hesitant to use the same name.
They aren’t the same thing and really shouldn’t be compared. However, the idea and inspiration shine through, especially in the recipe. This root vegetable cassoulet is stewed and hearty, echoing it’s meat counterpart. In place of the meat, I used solid fall root vegetables. They pair perfectly with the mirepoix and hearty cannellini beans. Root Vegetable Cassoulet Author: Erin Alderson Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Serves: 3 to 4 servings 3 tablespoons olive oil 1/2 large onion, finely diced 3 medium carrots, finely diced 2 ribs celery, finely diced 2 cloves garlic, minced 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon thyme 1 bay leaf 1 medium sweet potato 1 small celeriac 1 15 ounce cans cannellini white beans, rinsed and drained 2 to 3 cups low sodium vegetable broth 1/2 to 3/4 cup non-flavored bread crumbs Parsley for topping Heat a 5 quart dutch oven over medium heat.
White bean vegetable stew - Amy Chaplin. On the days when I either don’t know what I want to cook, have no idea what is left or needs to be used in the vegetable drawer in the fridge, or have no desire to venture to the shop, I plan on cooking a bean soup or a stew like this one.
It’s the perfect way to use up any fresh herbs that are on their last legs and also any vegetables you have on hand. Since I also had Brussels sprouts, I decided to roast them and serve them alongside the stew. At the last minute I stirred in some wilting arugula that was beyond a salad. Saffron eggplant stew for a crowd - Amy Chaplin. Heading quickly into the fall with cooler days upon us, I was feeling the need to cook with the late summer vegetables that are slowly disappearing, making room for winter squash at the market.
Right now, there’s an abundance of over ripe tomatoes, eggplants and peppers all begging to be roasted or cooked in some way. Since I was looking for ideas for a main course to serve a crowd—guests had volunteered to bring things like tzatziki, humus and marinated artichoke hearts—I knew something tasty with tomato and eggplant was probably going to be it. Instead of my usual eggplant curry (recipe in my book and a version here), I wanted to use saffron, which also goes really well with the last of the summer produce, as well as with the dips and marinated things that were to be arriving. A Persian stew recipe I found online caught my attention — it had rose water stirred in before serving.
Indian Spiced Cabbage and Fennel — Soni's Food. Black lentil, sweet potato + kale chili w/ kabocha biscuits (v + gf) — dolly and oatmeal. This chili is a variation of a recipe that i've been making for years - plentiful, warming/soothing, and super substantial. i guess there's some nostalgic here, as it was one of the first meals i made when i moved out of my parents house and into my own apartment. it was a meal i could be proud that i was able put together, and something that would feed and nourish me all week long. and when me and frank moved in together we would prepare it together too - summer squash chili in the warmer months, and a sweet potato or winter squash variety in the cold winter months. it's the kind of a mildly labored preparation that encourages cuddling up to a hot stove, as wind gusts find their way through the crevices in our windows. i generally serve a chili like this over a healthy mound of starchy rice, but there's this biscuit recipe that i've been working on for quite some time that i was super excited to pair with this chili pot, but also to share with you all!
Sweet Potato and Peanut Stew with Kale. You’ll never guess what deliciously creamy substance was swirled into this sweet potato and peanut stew….well I may have just given it away….it’s peanut butter!
I was browsing through Food52 Vegan by Gena Hamshaw a little while back (a great holiday gift for your vegan AND omnivore friends btw – especially those are that are looking for some fun and exiting ways to eat more plants in the new year) and the whole peanut butter in a stew thing….genius, man! Thank you, Gena. White Bean & Portobello Stew + Catching Up + BIG NEWS! Hey there all you gorgeous, wonderful people!
I’m back (kinda)! Before I share this wondrous White Bean & Portobello Stew, I’ve got some stuff to talk about. I’ve probably drafted this post in my head about 9 times a day for the last 2 months. Gingery Coconut Stew With Brussels & Rutabaga. December 8, 2013 Gingery Coconut Stew With Brussels & Rutabaga by IsaChandra. Chard and white bean stew. High on the list of dishes I’d like to be able to make without a second thought, a special trip to a special store and that I hope to still be cooking when we spend our days in his-and-hers creaking rocking chairs, lamenting that Jacob never calls us anymore, is a hearty white bean stew.
And never has my need to get a recipe like this down been more urgent, given the following confluence of events: 1. A kid who is getting more and more into rejecting food, but shows a keen interest in beans and anything cooked in a tomato-y sauce. 2. Dan-Good Chili. My husband, Dan, created this tasty chili!
It's zesty, loaded with veggies, and full of YUM. Ingredients 4 1/4 cups canned tomato sauce 1 cup canned diced tomatoes with green chiles. Yoga Pot. © 2010 Green Kitchen Stories This past weekend I was attending a 2-day-pregnant-yoga-course at Atmajyoti yoga school in Stockholm. It was wonderful. White bean vegetable stew - Amy Chaplin. Veggies and Lentils in Peanut Sauce. Rustic Cabbage, Chickpea and Wild Rice Soup. Healthy Nibbles & Bits.
Chicken, Chard, and Cranberry Bean Stew Recipe on Food52. Vegetarian Recipe: Pumpkin Chili Recipes from The Kitchn. Meatless Mondays with Martha Stewart – Rhubarb-Lentil-Sweet Potato Stew. Mediterranean Vegetable Stew with Olives recipe on Food52.com. Author Notes: Although it's vegetarian, this robust stew will appeal to meat lovers because it's chock full of protein-rich beans and filling vegetables like eggplant and fennel. It's also fast and easy enough to make for a mid-week meal and makes great leftovers for lunch the next day. For a variation, substitute chickpeas, feta cheese, and fresh oregano for the cannellini beans, Parmesan, and fresh rosemary. Green Cerignola olives, which are meaty and not too salty, are available at most markets that sell fresh olives; they're also found at Italian specialty markets. Another Greek or Italian green olive can be substituted.
Ribollita recipe on Food52.com. Author Notes: According to Lidia Bastianich, the queen of Italian cuisine, cavolo nero is the traditional green used in Tuscan Ribollita, a hearty vegetable soup thickened with day old bread. Fall stew with fresh shelling beans - Amy Chaplin. Fall stew with fresh shelling beans POSTED ON October 4, 2014 There is always an exciting busyness in the air at the farmer’s market when the cool of autumn begins to seep into the days and nights. And, its crisp air is the perfect catalyst to refresh our minds and perspectives. Although I’m inspired to create new dishes, I also want to revisit favorite flavors —like combining the last of the tomatoes with the sweetness of winter squash as you’ll find in this delicious stew. The general flurry of activity at this time of year can make anyone dizzy, but for a cook who visits the farmer’s market, it may be down right overwhelming! You’re also faced with cauliflower, watermelon radish, Japanese turnips, the juiciest kohlrabi and perhaps some root vegetables that you may have forgotten.
Stewy Greek Garbanzos recipe on Food52.com. Warm & Cozy Cauliflower, Potato & Chickpea Stew recipe on Food52.com. A hearty squash and cabbage soup stew. Spring Forward and Rosemary Mushroom, Sun-Dried Tomato and Chickpea Ragoût. Dad's Fave Aloo Gobi Mutter( Potatoes Cauliflower peas with Indian spices) Vegan Glutenfree. Cauliflower, kale + chickpea curry pot » The First Mess // healthy vegan recipes for every season. Potatoes and Green Beans-Indian Inspired (Aloo Beans ki Subzi) Green Curry Porridge Recipe.