Portuguese clam stew is a classic cozy dish with chorizo and cilantro.
When we’re huddled up all winter long, we have big questions floating through our heads as we sit by the fire drinking hot chocolate. Questions like, is there a difference between soup and stew? In this post, we tackle that question and share a few of our favorite soup/stew recipes.
Made with three different kinds of dried peppers, this spicy, flavorful pork stew is based the Mexican recipe for guisado a los tres chiles and is best served with beans, rice or tortillas.
This Polish lentil stew, or Grochowka, is very similar to dhal and just as hearty and delicious.
This hearty baccala salt cod stew is loaded with potatoes, tomatoes and onions and served with a crusty bread to sop up the delicious broth.
This Stout Beer Chili is rich and hearty, with a touch of sweetness. With stout…
Get cozy with a big batch of this traditional Cuban beef stew, ropa vieja, made in a slow cooker or pressure cooker, depending on how much time you have.
A comforting Italian dish, this tomato seafood stew, or Brodetto di Pesce, is a perfect winter dish soaked up with a good loaf of brea
Cozy up to this hearty potato and seafood stew. It’s creamy, flavorful and the perfect way to warm yourself to the bone this season.
You will fall in love with this filling and warm-you-to-the-core red lentil stew. It provides dietary fiber, plant-based protein and nutrients to keep you strong all season long. This one-pot dinner makes great leftovers too. Make once and enjoy all week long.
A hearty Italian chicken stew creates big flavors with fried peppers, a tomato-basil sauce, olives and capers.
Italian Beef Cheek Stew is a hearty, delicious and traditional dish. The tenderness of the beef cheeks compliments the red wine sauce quite well as the dish comes together.
This version of the French cassoulet makes a beautiful stew with spices sausage and white beans and no time at all.
There’s nothing more comforting than a piping hot bowl of soup on a chilly day. Once you get a load of these recipes, you may want to invest in larger bowls.
Cooked low and slow for seven hours, this tender lamb meat is served with a rich sauce from cooking with a crusty bread and some vegetables. A perfect meal for a cold day.
Packed with vegetables and lean bison meat, a warm bowl of hearty chili will fuel you on a busy fall day. Make a double batch, you will want leftovers.
Chef Thrainn Freyr Vigfusson lets us in on the favorite dishes and ingredients of the Nordic island. From fresh to skyr, discover the best bites of Iceland.
Translating to “army stew”, Budae Jjigae traditionally incorporates preserved meats and sausages and whatever vegetables are on hand.
A vibrant fish stew that is made with your local seafood, coconut milk, and peppers. Serve with lime juice and rice for a gorgeous meal.
It’s time to make a steaming pot of seafood gumbo. Enjoy this hearty stew with rice and sit back and warm up.
This inviting stew is a perfect home-style dinner. A ragout of winter veggies: turnip, carrots, brussels sprouts, tossed in tomato sauce with quinoa.
What do you do with a large batch of the farro grain? Here are five of our favorites so you don’t get bored.
With a touch of cinnamon and mint, this stew is cozy, bright, and so aromatic.
All of the extra food during the holiday season can be overwhelming! Why not donate it? Hear what Mary Risley, the founder of Food Runners, has to say.
Pappu or dal is a quintessential dish of Andhra Pradesh, the southeastern state of India. Fenugreek gives this protein-rich vegetarian dish great flavor.
An elegant yet comforting white bean stew combines textures and contrasting flavors from its ingredients, making the most of the slow-cooking process.
The ultimate, tender beef stew takes low temperatures and slow cooking to create. This recipe becomes a great alternative to the Sunday pot roast.
A rustic, tuscan style cannellini bean stew, topped with pan seared sea bass.
Serve this hearty, vegetarian stew over quinoa on cool fall day. Curry and pepper flakes bring heat to yams and pumpkins and this an exciting peanut soup.
Not reserved just for vegetarians or those looking to make budget friendly meals. It’s hard to say no to a bowl of spiced and stewed lentils.
A comforting stew, perfect for the ever-changing temperatures of the spring season. The Caribbean spice blend adds pizzaz to the hearty bowl of soup.
Try this rich broth and pasta stew, spiked with garlic, lemongrass, and slow-cooked ribs.
Tangy, creamy seafood stew with coconut milk is warming with crusty bread.
Hearty barley stew with beef and vegetables.
Sofitel San Francisco Bay’s executive chef Alejandro Abad presents his delectable dinner for Valentine’s day.
Two-day venison and chorizo stew with wine, smoked parika, and a crusty bread.
A delicious trio of octopus, clams and shrimp nestled in herbs, white wine, fresh vegetables and farro.
Stews or Khoreshts are common in Persian cuisine and amazingly easy and delicious to prepare.
This soup is perfect for a chilly winter evening – hearty, rich and absolutely delicious.
Adapt this recipe as you go, add more vegetables and replace what is here for those you have at hand – but keep the spices the same for a deep, bold flavor.
This stew is based on a South Indian rasam and features a mildly tangy broth that compliments the subtle sweet flavors from pumpkin, carrots and shallots.
This vegetarian Spanish-inspired stew is loaded with protein, fiber and antioxidants.
Okra absorbs all the flavors of the different spices in this delicious and hearty stew.
Cooking the pork for this stew is a slow process, but the rich flavors that result are unparalleled.
Served with a big hunk of rustic bread, this simple, savory soup is a great alternative to a stew or chili.
This soup is hearty enough to satisfy vegetarians but it could easily be be adjusted for meat-eaters with the addition of sausage.
This stew tastes like you slaved away in the kitchen for hours but really the crock pot does most of the work.
This hearty one-pot dinner is full of different herbs and spices in both the meatballs and the stew for layers of complex flavor.
Mint adds brightness to an otherwise earthy stew for a meal that’s hearty and filling but still fresh tasting.
This is a heavy Portuguese dish for lazy weekends when you have the whole day to dedicate to cooking and eating.
Plan ahead for this worthwhile pie, the stew should cook overnight to tenderize the tough-but-flavorful oxtail and the whole filling has to rest for several hours before adding the crust.
Beet greens and the ever so colorful and beautiful swiss chard together make for an excellent combination.
If you don’t like chickpeas, replace them with white beans/cannellini beans or use a combo of both chickpeas and white beans. Make it your own recipe.
There’s something therapeutic about shelling beans. It’s this good ol’ hands-on feeling, like I need me a porch, a rocking chair, and some lemonade.
The national dish of Gambia, this delicious beef, squash, and peanut stew is served over rice. African comfort food at its best.
Nothing beats soup on a cold wintery night. And what’s better than soup? A soup with lots of vegetables and a kick of spice.
This stew takes hours to cook, so you can leave it on low heat while you are enjoying the St. Paddy day parade or the pub with friends.
Feijoada is the national dish of Brazil and is the ultimate beans and rice dish. Slow-simmered, hearty, and thoroughly delicious.
A rich and satisfying traditional Swedish beef stew, Kalops is seasoned with white peppercorns and allspice berries.
This delicious traditional stew delivers a satisfying meal after making your house smell scrumptious the whole afternoon. Your neighbours will be jealous!