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3 Cozy (and Healthy) Vegetarian Stew Recipes

Written by: Famous Foods | 2019-11-15 | no comments

One of the joys of cool fall days is being able to indulge in hearty and comforting stews.

If you and your family love trying new and healthy soup or stew recipes, these three vegetarian offerings are sure to become instant hits in your house.

Mexican Quinoa Stew

This stew is a delicious alternative to chicken tortilla soup, and it’s a meal that you can feel good about eating over and over again. It clocks in at just 250 calories per serving, and it’s packed with protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals.

You can find the recipe here.

Vegan Roasted Pumpkin Apple Stew

Nothing says “fall” quite like a good pumpkin soup. Many of the options out there add bone broth or dairy, but this recipe is gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan-friendly.

The recipe calls for slicing and roasting an entire pumpkin before blending it with the other ingredients, but you can also use canned pumpkin or pre-packaged chunks of pumpkin or butternut squash instead. The apple lends tartness, and the vegetables add the perfect amount of savory flavour for a well-balanced taste.

The full recipe can be found here.

Autumn Vegetable Stew

This is a North African-inspired dish that utilizes a broad range of spices and an assortment of autumn veggies to create an intensely flavourful and rich stew that is perfect for cosy nights indoors.

While the ingredients list might look a bit intimidating, the majority of it consists of spices that you likely already have in your pantry. All of the vegetables are easily obtained, and you can even buy pre-chopped versions if you want to reduce chopping time.

Head over to Forks Over Knives for the complete recipe.

Enjoy a Cosy Meal This Fall

Chilly weather is the perfect excuse to bundle up with a hot mug of soup. Try these three vegetarian stews the next time you’re looking for a cosy and delicious meal. And don’t forget to stop by Famous Foods to pick up the ingredients first!

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