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Created on: 04/03/12 02:30 PM Views: 858 Replies: 2
Tonight's Moroccan Bean Stew with Sweet Potatoes
Posted Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 2:30 PM

The one tablespoon of water plus all those spices seemed so dry to be cooking for two minutes that I kept adding water. Was that ok or did I miss some of the flavor?
Careful not to overcook the lentils which I did! Hoping DH who doesn't like sweet potatoes will like this with all the other ingredients in it.

RE: Tonight's Moroccan Bean Stew
Posted Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 2:38 PM

When I read your message, I remembered that I also kept on adding water to the spices but I believe it didn't affect anything as the stew was delicious (I cooked it over the weekend as I was curious about the recipe). I also let the red lentils cook through as I like them mushy. My mom who doesn't like sweet potatoes liked it and my DH who is indifferent to them liked it too. Enjoy!

RE: Tonight's Moroccan Bean Stew
Posted Tuesday, April 3, 2012 at 2:58 PM

I had the same problem with the water, and just kept adding. The next time I will use mostly unground spices and toast them in the bottom of the skillet instead. This is what was being recommended by the videos in the India Kickstart from a few months ago.

I really liked the stew. Thank you PCRM for the new recipes!

- madeline

madeline yakimchuk
Director: MEET IRENE - An Unlikely Vegan
GRYPHON media productions

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