11 Warming Winter Stews

11 Warming Winter Stews

One of the most budget-friendly meals you can make during the wintertime definitely has to be stew. All you really need to do is decide which meat you want to use, and which vegetables. Most stews are hearty and rich, making them perfect for those cold months. Try one of our favorites today!

Beef Stew with Winter Vegetables - One of the best, easiest, most economical ways I know to impress people with your cooking skills is to make a pot of stew. Yes, old-fashioned, home-style stew.

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.

Beef Stew with Onions - This aroma is intoxicating! It smells so good! One bite and you'll be hooked on beef stew forever.

Chicken Chili Stew - A hearty, tasty, and filling stew for those chilly nights!

Italian Pork Stew - Even though the pork seems like the star, it's really the peppers that make this dish.

Simple Beef Stew - A hearty, rich and thick beef stew the whole family will love. Perfect for when the weather turns cold.

Forget It Stew - Super easy to make - you can put it in the oven in the morning and it'll be ready when you come home or at your family dinner time.

Over the Top Pork Stew - This pork stew is especially good on a cold winter day. The men in my family enjoy this with its full bodied flavor. I developed this by accident one day cleaning out the fridge.

Hot Dog Stew - This recipe is really simple and tasty - my kids and grandkids love it! Kielbasa may be substituted for hot dogs.

Southwestern Stew - I found this recipe in a taste of home magazine. My family loves this stew. I make it quite often during the winter months.

Pork Chop Stew - A great combination of pork chops and vegetables all in one dish.

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