A couple of weeks ago, I stumbled across this gorgeous onion and carrot stew recipe on a website called Sweet and Savory.
At first, I was pretty excited.
I love to make delicious meals with vegetables and I knew that the recipe would be super easy and tasty.
Then I looked closer at the ingredients and realized they were all over the place.
I also noticed that the spices were not very high in spices.
The only thing I could think of to spice up the dish was some sort of ginger beer.
This recipe was super easy, I thought.
It was perfect for a weeknight dinner or a quick weekend meal.
But then I realized that there was a lot of other stuff going on.
I was also confused about how much I should add the spices and whether or not it would taste good.
I started to wonder how much ginger beer should be in a stew.
After all, it was supposed to be a vegetarian stew.
But what is vegetarian stew without a ton of spices?
Well, I have a couple of suggestions.
The first is that the onions should be very soft and soft onions can be hard to get.
The second suggestion is to leave the onions in the stew for about 15 minutes.
The last suggestion is that you can add any type of vegetables to the stew and add them in the middle of the day.
It can be an all-day thing or a couple things can go in at a time.
You can either make this as a one-bowl or two-bowl version.
I made a large one-pot vegetarian stew and it came out very good.
The vegetables were cooked very tender, the onions were fragrant and the flavors were very flavorful.
I can definitely see this stew being a perfect side dish for lunch or dinner, but if you are looking for a hearty meal, it’s perfect for weeknights.