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Okra (aka "lady’s finger") is stewed gently in coconut milk and basic spices — resulting in a curry that is delicately flavored. Do note that the flavor of coconut milk is very dominant here. This curry teams up very well with fried fish and white rice. I am sure it will taste great with brown (or red) boiled rice as well.
This soulful stew with crisp bread slices makes an elegant meal that can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. If you prefer, you can substitute an additional cup of stock for the wine.
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Bison meat is known to cook faster than beef, and the best way to do it is low and slow, making it a great choice for a traditional stew recipe. Red wine and beef broth, flavored with simple aromatics like onion, carrots, celery, and garlic, is the perfect broth for tender bison brisket.
Executive chef Michael Uhnak's goat stew at Besaw's in Portland, Ore., takes stew to new heights. This is a warm, comforting dish perfect for fall or winter, and a simple recipe perfect for a last-minute dinner.
Try this easy to make stew for a great meal with a little spice.View Recipe
This Spring Rabbit Guinness Stew is a great, comforting meal to enjoy on a cool spring evening.This recipe is provided by Steve Lindner of ZoneManhattan.com.View Recipe
This short rib stew is inspired by a traditional Japanese comfort food dish, nikujaga, a stew made with either pork or beef and potatoes. I added a few more vegetables here to make it a more well-rounded dish.
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This dish oozes of a seaside summer! The secret to this recipe is in the fish stock. If you have time over the weekend, make it advance so you can just throw everything together at the last minute and you’ll have a really hearty, summer stew. If you’re short on time, though, ask your local market where to find the best fish stock.View Recipe
Rumor has it that when Arthur Guinness first signed the lease to an unused brewery in the St. James section of Dublin, he was so confident in his brew that he made a deal to own the space for 9,000 years. Centuries later, it is safe to say that it was a smart investment. Everyone can respect a decent pour of the black gold, but what your loved ones will really go wild for is how you infuse it with traditional peasant fare in this easy, hearty stew.
"Oysters, of course, are never 'stewed,' which means prolonged cooking, they are merely heated and added to the hot liquid, usually milk. A simple stew would consist in heating oysters in their own strained liquor with water added to make 'enough.'"
— Charles Browne
This soup is perfect for a cool fall evening and it's really easy to make. I loaded it with frozen veggies and lentils so it was quick to come together and cooked while I baked off some fresh bread.
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An easy stew that uses protein-filled, lean rabbit meat and aromatic coriander to make a wonderful and tasty dinner. Chef Jonathan VanSleet serves this dish at MexiQ Kitchen and Draught in Astoria, New York. — Yasmin Fahr
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