10 Stews to Warm You Up This Fall

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    Fall is back in town! You must be fed up with the summer salads by now. As it gets chillier outside and nature’s starting to ease down, you may need the flavorful heartiness of slower-cooking and warming stews. So, if you want to chit-chat with your close ones over a bowl of steamy stew, here are some ideas.

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    Eggplant, Chickpeas and Couscous Stew

    A delicious stew, that almost makes you forget there's no trace of meat in the plate. That is because we've replaced it with chickpeas which is an alternative source of protein. It is paired with eggplant, couscous, and a few other ingredients that give it a nice Middle-Eastern flavor.

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    Eggplant, Chickpeas and Couscous Stew

    A delicious stew, that almost makes you forget there's no trace of meat in the plate. That is because we've replaced it with chickpeas which is an alternative source of protein. It is paired with eggplant, couscous, and a few other ingredients that give it a nice Middle-Eastern flavor.

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    Pork Stew Pot Pie

    This pork stew pot pie is full of layers upon layers of flavor. Just to give you a small taste before you try it yourself: you're going to feel a hint of paprika powder, cinnamon, chili sauce, and fresh dill, everything mixed with pork meat and veggies.

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    Pork Stew Pot Pie

    This pork stew pot pie is full of layers upon layers of flavor. Just to give you a small taste before you try it yourself: you're going to feel a hint of paprika powder, cinnamon, chili sauce, and fresh dill, everything mixed with pork meat and veggies.

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    Red Wine Beef Stew With Bacon and Mushrooms

    Sometimes a succulent stew is all you need to recharge your batteries. The tender vegetables and seared meat, all braised together in red wine and heavily flavored, can turn a gloomy day into a sunny one. You can serve it reheated the next day or the day after as we feel it sometimes tastes even better.

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    Red Wine Beef Stew With Bacon and Mushrooms

    Sometimes a succulent stew is all you need to recharge your batteries. The tender vegetables and seared meat, all braised together in red wine and heavily flavored, can turn a gloomy day into a sunny one. You can serve it reheated the next day or the day after as we feel it sometimes tastes even better.

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    Lentil and Baby Spinach Stew With Fried Eggs

    It’s time to make a great vegetarian stew. This simple and tasty dish brings together lentils, fennel, baby spinach, and other goodies to indulge your palate. Make it super-cheesy with grated parmesan if that's your cooking style. Pair it with sunny-side-up eggs and butter-fried bread to make it even more filling and richer.

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    Lentil and Baby Spinach Stew With Fried Eggs

    It’s time to make a great vegetarian stew. This simple and tasty dish brings together lentils, fennel, baby spinach, and other goodies to indulge your palate. Make it super-cheesy with grated parmesan if that's your cooking style. Pair it with sunny-side-up eggs and butter-fried bread to make it even more filling and richer.

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    Plum, Potato and Beef Stew

    Perfect for cold days, this colorful, sweet stew is a perfect, rich and comforting winter warmer. With its warm colors, the hearty beef, and the sweet, smooth plums this dish is one to remember.

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    Plum, Potato and Beef Stew

    Perfect for cold days, this colorful, sweet stew is a perfect, rich and comforting winter warmer. With its warm colors, the hearty beef, and the sweet, smooth plums this dish is one to remember.

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    Chicken White Stew With Fried Polenta

    If you’re already used to having simple polenta, let’s take it to another level. Fry it with some rosemary and parmesan, then serve it with this delicious white sauce stew, made with chicken and mushrooms.

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    Chicken White Stew With Fried Polenta

    If you’re already used to having simple polenta, let’s take it to another level. Fry it with some rosemary and parmesan, then serve it with this delicious white sauce stew, made with chicken and mushrooms.

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    Oven-Baked Ramekin Stew

    We've made a basic veggie stew for you. But we wanted to give it a little twist, so we decided to bake it in the oven, with a puff pastry crust on top.

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    Oven-Baked Ramekin Stew

    We've made a basic veggie stew for you. But we wanted to give it a little twist, so we decided to bake it in the oven, with a puff pastry crust on top.

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    Squid and Bean Stew

    Easy to make and even easier to improve, stews are a good medium to experiment your cooking abilities. In this case, you can prove just how well seafood can go with a stew. The secret ingredient is squid which we cooked together with red and white beans, tomatoes, and parsley.

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    Squid and Bean Stew

    Easy to make and even easier to improve, stews are a good medium to experiment your cooking abilities. In this case, you can prove just how well seafood can go with a stew. The secret ingredient is squid which we cooked together with red and white beans, tomatoes, and parsley.

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    Sweet Potato Veggie Stew

    We've used sweet potatoes as the star ingredient in this savory, and cozy veggie stew. First, roast them in the oven to release their flavors with help from a few spices. Next, cook the sweet potatoes in a skillet next to some onion, mushrooms, and bell pepper, tucked in a rich tomato sauce.

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    Sweet Potato Veggie Stew

    We've used sweet potatoes as the star ingredient in this savory, and cozy veggie stew. First, roast them in the oven to release their flavors with help from a few spices. Next, cook the sweet potatoes in a skillet next to some onion, mushrooms, and bell pepper, tucked in a rich tomato sauce.

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    Pork Neck and Carrot Stew

    Is it cold outside and you crave a stew to make you all warm on the inside? Make it, then! Fry some cubed pork neck, cook together some garlic, onion, and carrot, flavor with coriander and lime, add coconut milk and baby spinach and ... this is pretty much it.

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    Pork Neck and Carrot Stew

    Is it cold outside and you crave a stew to make you all warm on the inside? Make it, then! Fry some cubed pork neck, cook together some garlic, onion, and carrot, flavor with coriander and lime, add coconut milk and baby spinach and ... this is pretty much it.

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    Well, I love to eat! I guess I always did. Tasty foods, traditional foods, fast-foods, healthy foods, and, again, not so healthy ones. You name it. However, in time I kind of built on this habit and, slowly but surely, I began to turn toward the Mediterranean cuisine and, occasionally, even the Mediterranean diet. I am a curious and inquisitive person. So, pretty soon, I started trying to recreate what I’ve tasted or seen. At first, this proved to be hard work for my better half, as she supervised my new experiments. But lately, the results really started to show, so wish me luck!

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