Tis the season for crockpots and sumptuous bowls of savory soups and stews. Fall is the perfect time to cozy up indoors with a warm bowl of this seasons vegetables and the freshest produce. Theres no limit to what you can put in a stew. There are various ways to make your cozy stew, either in a crockpot or a hot kettle on the stove.
Here are a few of our favorite recipes you will want to try out this fall.
Kale and White Bean Stew
This simple, one-pot wonder is as easy as 1,2,3! This Portuguese inspired stew is full of onions, garlic, tomato, kale, and cannellini beans, and there’s a tiny amount of sausage to kick up the heat.
Leftover Turkey Stew
For this stew, think Thanksgiving leftovers in a pot! Serve this with simple rolls and a green salad, and you have the perfect after-holiday meal.
Lamb Tagine With Green Olives and Lemon Stew
The secret to this Moroccan stew is to skip browning the lamb before braising it so that it keeps a buttery texture. Seasoned with ginger, cumin, coriander, lemons, and olives, you are unlikely to find a more flavorful stew to cozy up with.
Apple Chicken Stew
This slow-cooked stew burts with flavors from apple orchards in the Midwest. The chicken, vegetables and apples are a combination you don’t know you needed until you try this magnificent stew!
Tuscan Portobello Stew
Even though the name of this Tuscan portobello stew sounds fancy, the recipe is actually quite simple. It’s made of kale, onion, garlic, mushrooms, and cannellini beans. This stew is flavorful and hearty, perfect for the cooler fall temperatures.
Sweet-and-Sour Beef Stew
Sweet and tangy, you are sure to love this sweet-and-sour stew. It’s full of nutrient-packed vegetables and savory beef. The special secret ingredient that adds the tang is pineapple!
Instant-Pot Cabbage Stew
Cabbage and ground beef are a simple yet understated combo. This comforting stew is full of flavors and textures.
Cozy Autumn Wild Rice Stew
This cozy autumn wild rice soup stew is made from the freshest, in-season veggies. It has hearty rice and a creamy, savory broth. You will want to freeze this and eat it for days!