Check Out Our Favorite Spring Stewing Options

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This spring, the time is right to try some new stewing recipes. For your convenience, we've gathered our favorites below. Feel free to scroll down, click through them, and find the ones that best suit your tastes.

Spring Stewing Options

Zesty, savory, and simple, these Basic Homemade Stewed Tomatoes had our mouths watering. Whether served as an entree, a side, or as a garnish over another dish, this versatile recipe is worth its weight in gold. 

If your tastes tend toward the hearty, we recommend these Stewed Beef Tips with Gravy. As the meat slowly cooks over low, slow heat, the delicious aromas will have your tummy rumbling. Serve over your choice of rice, noodles, or biscuits. 

For those in the mood for rich textures and flavors, we recommend this Louisiana Style Stewed Chicken and Rice. An adjustable recipe with substitution options included, this choice is perfect for those nights when you're in the mood for a portion of tasty comfort food with a minimum of effort. 

If you already have a main dish but are looking to stew a side, you could try Ellen's Southern Stewed Corn Recipe

Finally, we have not forgotten about our friends desiring a meatless entree option. This South Indian-Style Vegetable Curry could be just what you're looking for. 

This easy one-pot meatless main gets its complex flavor from a combination of spices including coriander, cumin, turmeric, cayenne, and cinnamon. The spices marry in a rich, flavorful sauce that has a comforting, belly-warming appeal.

You'll need access to a wide array of spices as well as a Dutch Oven, but we promise that your efforts will be well rewarded. 

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