Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish.  This week we’re all about bone-warming stews!

25+ Stew Recipes | Food Bloggers of Canada

With this "fall weather" showing negative numbers, we are all in need of comforting, warming meals. What's better than a hearty, sometimes spicy, and definitely rich and umami-full stew to feel cozy inside while it's freezing outside?

Stews are usually easy to make, economical, they can feed a crowd, leftovers can be frozen for lunches and quick weeknight dinners and that warm bowl of comfort food exudes a lot of love!

Hearty stews you'll love

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • Spanish-Style Vegan Lentil Stew

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Hearty and comforting, this oil-free [Spanish-style vegan lentil stew](https://thestingyvegan.com/spanish-style-vegan-lentil-stew/) is great as a plant-based main dish for chilly evenings! It is also easy to make and perfect for vegans on a serious budget. From **The Stingy Vegan**.

  • Comforting Seven Bean Soup

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [seven bean soup](https://www.thesimplegreen.com/single-post/2017/01/04/COMFORTING-SEVEN-BEAN-SOUP-LINKS-THINGS) features a medley of dried lentils, pinto beans, navy beans, black-eyed peas, red lentils, kidney beans and black beans which have been soaked overnight. They make up the bulk of the soup which is hearty and downright comforting this time of year. From **The Simple Green**.

  • Belgian Beef Stew

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    [Belgian Beef Stew](http://www.mykitchenlove.com/belgian-beef-stew/) is stewing beef meat and beer cooked down together to form tender meat and the most delightful gravy. Pair this stew with fries of some sort or some roasted potatoes and you are in for a treat! From **My Kitchen Love**.

  • Thai Red Curry Fish Stew

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    If you absolutely adore the fresh flavours and veggies of Thai cuisine, you are going to love this [fish stew](http://familyfoodandtravel.com/2015/10/thai-red-curry-fish-stew.html) that shows hints of lemongrass, Thai basil, and baby spinach. From **Family, Food and Travel**.

  • Moroccan Chicken & Lentils - Tagine

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    [Moroccan chicken & lentils](http://thefoodblog.net/moroccan-chicken-lentils/) is a flavour packed, but simple stew that allows you to put dinner on the table in one pot. Tagine is another name for this dish. It's also the name of the cooking vessel that you use if you are cooking this in Morocco. From **The Food  Blog**.

  • Moroccan Beef Stew with Chickpeas

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    With winter just around the corner, all you'll want is good hearty meals that warm your bones and keep your tummy happy for hours. This [23-spice stew](https://everydayonoccasion.wordpress.com/2017/01/11/moroccan-beef-stew-with-chickpeas/) does just that. From **Everyday On Occasion**.

  • Miso and Vegetable Stew with Fried Tofu and Quail Eggs

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Japanese [stews like this one](http://www.diversivore.com/recipe/kitsune-nabe/) are often fairly quick to cook, as they tend to omit tough, slow-cooking meats, instead focusing on vegetables and more delicate proteins like tofu or seafood. This makes them ideal for situations where you want a simple bowl of comfort-food without spending the whole afternoon tending a pot. From **Diversivore**.

  • Mexican Stew

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    An unctuous and spicy [Mexican stew](https://thefoodolic.com/2017/01/25/mexican-stew/) made with a Mole-style sauce. All the great Mexican flavors plus some extra veggies, served with tortilla chips, corn and parsley, for an extra Southern flair. From **The Foodolic**.

  • Vegetarian West African Peanut Stew

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [peanut stew](https://whatsheate.com/2016/09/13/vegetarian-west-african-peanut-stew/) is a vegetarian take on a classic, hearty, West African dish. Not only does it smell amazing while cooking and taste great, it’s also inexpensive to make. From **What She Ate**.

  • Japanese Chicken Curry

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    The flavours of this [Japanese curry](https://dishnthekitchen.wordpress.com/2017/09/30/around-the-world-in-twelve-plates-japanese-chicken-curry/) are what you would think a curry made with curry powder would be like but with other flavour aspects such as sweetness from the grated apple and honey punctuated with a bit of heat from cayenne. From **Dish 'N' The Kitchen**.

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Try some (or all) of these dishes and you might end up deciding that the cold seasons are your favourite!


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