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Get Your Stew On!: The Best Stew Cookbook for Any Occasion


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English | 2018 | ISBN: 1720592241 | 84 Pages | EPUB | 1.53 MB

Are you looking for a hearty meal that is not too difficult to make and can be put together with almost any ingredients you have lying around the house? Then this cookbook is the answer to what you seek! The stew recipes found here are versatile enough that you can substitute any ingredient for what is readily accessible to you. Even the meat! Instead of kielbasa sausage, try using Andouille; instead of rabbit meat, try some dark chicken meat instead. The possibilities are endless and only limited by your imagination and creativity. These 30 recipes create a wide range of flavors, textures, and aromas that should appeal to anyone for whom you are cooking. If you feel the stew is lacking in bulk, then try serving it on a bed of rice, noodles or even some quinoa! Use this opportunity to get your required daily intake of vegetables without thinking about it and enjoy knowing that you are serving healthy and delicious creations of your making.
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