Recipe by asarule
"A savory stew that utilizes roasted vegetables and the deep, pungent flavors of... I don't know, somewhere I've not had the privilege of traveling. Easy to prepare and charming with dill rice, pita bread, and yoghurt sauce."
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potatoes, cut into wedges
carrots, peeled and cut into large chunks
onions, peeled and quartered
cumin seeds, toasted
mustard seed, toasted
1 medium head
red bell peppers
fresh tomatoes, cored
1 (29 ounce) can
1 (15 ounce) can
garbanzo beans, drained
salt and pepper to taste
cooked white rice
Overall, it was delicious. However, I found the instructions unclear and very difficult to follow,as quite a few steps were missing. Definitely read the recipe and modify it before attempting to thoroughly enjoy the whole experience.
Took a while with me standing over everything watching it cook, but in the end the time was well spent. It's more of a roasted seasoned vegetable dish with rice than it is a "stew", but great nonetheless.
The end result was well worth the hour and a half cooking time. The directions were a little bit hard to follow, but after making it once you get the idea :) I made this when my friends came over with their 3 year old daughter. I didn't heat the stew up to hot, so she could still use her fingers to eat with. She enjoyed this and we had fun naming the different kinds of vegetable.
I tried this recipe and it was TERRIBLE. The veggies are overcooked and the look and taste are not palatable at all. Sorry don't waste your time!
I was conflicted with how many stars to give this recipe. The end result was delicious, with complex flavour. But as other reviewers noted, there is a lot left out in the instructions. I would recommend this recipe to experienced cooks who already know how to toast the seeds, roast the garlic and peppers, and have a clear sense of the flavour and texture they are aiming for. The only change I made was adding acorn squash, which looked great today at the grocery store. And...I never figured out what the 2/3 cup cooked rice was for. Great inspiration, gaps in the instructions. Thanks!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Better Vegetable Stew
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 30
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