11 Filling Vegetable Stews

11 Filling Vegetable Stews

If you thought that only beef or chicken stews could fill you up during those cold months, you'd be mistaken! Our Curried Vegetable Stew will heat you up with its Indian spices, and our Bean and Vegetable Stew with Polenta is loaded with fiber-filled legumes to keep you full for hours! Check out these, plus 9 other vegetable stew recipes, in this recipe collection!

Winter Vegetable Stew: Parsnips are root vegetables that look like a creamy white carrot but have a slightly sweet flavor. If you don't like parsnips, you can substitute carrots.

Briani Stew: Easy vegetable dinner to make, just put together and leave it alone. Great for the busy family.
 
Curried Squash, Garbanzo Bean, and Potato Stew: This is a hearty, delicious way to sneak a lot of goodness into a warm, thick bowl of flavor. Great as a side dish or at a potluck, or just on it's own!
 
Dilled Vegetable-Barley Stew: This soup is full of vitamins and fiber to keep you going all day long.

Summer Vegetable Stew: Although not vegetarian, you can also add sweet Italian Sausage to this recipe. In that case, skip the noodles and serve with crusty bread.

Curried Vegetable Stew: A fast skillet dish flavored with rich Indian spices, raisins and tomatoes. Serve over rice or with pita bread and plain yogurt.
 
Warming Winter Vegetable Stew: This hearty stew  will keep you toasty all fall and winter long!
 
Southwestern Stew with Corn Dumplings: One serving of this delicious vegetarian stew will give you 100% RDA of vitamin A, nearly 50% of vitamin C and 30% of iron!
 
Purple Potato Stew: This is a good recipe for poor college students who need to eat cheaply and simply. And it's healthy too!

Bean and Vegetable Stew with Polenta
: This Italian-style stew  is perfect for family get-togethers. Serve with a Caesar salad, rolls and a cannoli from your favorite bakery!

African Vegetarian Stew: This healthy stew features protein-rich yet fat-free garbanzo beans and lots of flavor.

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