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Great Vegetarian Stew


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Just made this great stew and wanted to share the recipe.  Variations to the posted recipe:

I roasted the cubed squash first and added it with the beans at the end.

Added one chopped red bell pepper to the onion saute and kernels from two ears of corn with the green beans.

I did the anaysis on my variations and called it Squash and Black Bean Stew II.

It was very yummy and filling and has a great nutrition grade.

Squash and Black Bean Stew I

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This looks really yummy - I'm going to try it!  I love black beans.

That does look yummy!

THANKS!

=^..^= MOLLY

mmm, looks delicious- i'm a big fan of black beans too! just curious, about how much does a serving size come out to be? about 1 cup? i've found that soup/stew serving sizes vary greatly and would like to have some idea before i attempt it for my family (my lumberjack of a dad has been known to eat a GIANT pot of stew, haha, a good 3 cups +)
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mmm, looks delicious- i'm a big fan of black beans too! just curious, about how much does a serving size come out to be? about 1 cup? i've found that soup/stew serving sizes vary greatly and would like to have some idea before i attempt it for my family (my lumberjack of a dad has been known to eat a GIANT pot of stew, haha, a good 3 cups +)

One serving is about 2 1/2 to 3 cups.  I know what you mean about the serving sizes.  One cup doesn't do it for me.  So I think you'll have enough for lumberjack dad!

I had leftovers tonight and measured the portion I thought looked like 2 1/2 to 3 cups--it's closer to 1 3/4 cup.  Sorry.  Still better than a cup though.

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OK, I'm feeling a bit like a big dummy, but where is the recipe? I see Squash and Black Bean Stew I, but not II. Help!

 

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