Recipe by WAKULACHEF
"Delicious & easy vegetable stew inspired by Providence's City Farm Manager, Rich. Organic, locally grown, and in season ingredients have the best flavor. Add a bit more cayenne for a tasty home remedy. Serve hot with warm bread."
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yellow onion, chopped
elephant garlic, chopped
1 1/2 quarts
1 (29 ounce) can
1 (15 ounce) can
Chinese cabbage, cored and shredded
freshly ground black pepper
ground cayenne pepper
grated Parmesan cheese to taste
I made this stew for a family dinner. My son's girlfriends are both vegetarian and I was having beef stew so I made this so they could eat stew also. We served the stews in bread bowls. It was a great hit with the girlfriends and with those of ua who weren't vegetarians! I made it as the directions said and i
t was just right. Thank you for the recipe that made me a hit with my sons and their girlfriends!
This was an ok recipe. Beware of the cabbage inducing gas....
Obviously, I think this is delicious. I used olive oil rather than butter. Not knowing what "bunches" of leeks meant, I used two leeks. Chinese cabbage is called "Napa" cabbage at my grocery. I used red potatoes; 1/4 teaspoon cayenne and omitted the bay leaves. Using a good organic vegetable broth (Pacific or Wolf Gang)will make this more stew-like than soup.
This recipe made so much! I used northern beans instead of black beans, because of what is available in Scandinavia. Otherwise, I followed this recipe closely. I added also some leftover zucchini and bell pepper. The taste got better as time went along. Since my boyfriend did not really like it, I had to eat it all- it took me almost a week.
This stew was absolutely delicious! I'm a vegetarian always looking for new recipes to cook up & this one will be added to my favorites. No changes except cooking it a bit longer to soften veggies a bit more. Great!
This recipe was delicious. It turned out more like soup than a stew, but that's okay. The seasoning was perfect. I simmered it for 30 minutes (a bit longer than the recipe suggested). I didn't have leeks or elephant garlic, so I skipped those and just used 2 (minced) cloves of regular garlic. My husband had been complaining about me never serving meat, so I skipped the cheese and simply sauteed 8 oz. of sliced knockwurst (my old stand-by) with the onions and garlic at the beginning of the recipe. Oh, and I used olive oil instead of butter - keeping it kosher. :) My husband and daughter loved it. It's very hearty - a great recipe for those crisp autumn days.
My family loves this stew!!!! My two young boys even love it! This is a family staple now. The only changes I have made were to use different cabbages, depending upon organic availability, and to cook this longer (and only because I don't fuss or keep close watch on time!). It always turns out wonderfully and any of my friends who have tried this have loved it as well. Even my mother-in-law, who likes almost nothing she doesn't cook, asked me for the recipe!!
Really yummy. I substituted extra cabbage and spinach for the potatoes. I also made my first batch with pinto beans, instead of black beans, which was very tasty. Since I didn't have vegetable stock, I used beef broth, which brought out the flavor in the veggies. I dolloped a bit of French Onion light dip on top with cheese and fresh basil. YUM. Will definitely make again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Wakula's First Attempt at Vegetable Stew
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 237
** Calories from Fat: 37
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