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Squash, Chickpea & Red Lentil Stew

February/March 2006

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (427 votes)

Modeled on North African stews, this aromatic vegetarian main course can be served over brown rice or steamed spinach.



READER'S COMMENT:
"It wasn't bad, but we definitely won't be making it again. Not very much flavor (and I did use the garlic, parsley & hot sauce). ***If you're going to try this recipe anyway, I would suggest making pumpkin bread as well. It's very...
Squash, Chickpea & Red Lentil Stew

45 Reviews for Squash, Chickpea & Red Lentil Stew

10/22/2013
Anonymous
Delicious and easy!

I wasn't sure how much I was going to like this recipe but the combination of flavors was amazing! I put it in the crockpot before work and came home to savory smells and a delicious meal! Even my non-veggie husband loved it! I made it with the kabocha squash but couldn't find any saffron and it was so good!

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10/20/2013
Anonymous
Pass on this one

Followed it to the letter even did the saffron bored to tears after the first spoon full . I could not imagine eating twice.

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10/16/2013
Anonymous
Awesome with Parmesan Cheese!

i added a boatload of parm to mine at the table, which added a really nice salty + nutty flavor. really rounded things out. overall, i think this is a great dish to have in your winter weeknight repertoire.

easy, veg, good texture
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10/06/2013
Anonymous
Meh!

It's just a one pot meal.... No definitive flavours. I would make it again on a cold day, when, as a vegetarian, I am looking for a bit of comfort food, but not that regularly

Easy
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06/27/2013
Anonymous
This is a great recipe!

I don't know how I'm going to get my husband to eat because he's very picky about how his food looks. I loved it! If he doesn't like it, I'll be happy to keep it for packed lunches. More for me. I'm trying to eat less meat, and this is a perfect alternative for protein. Very filling!

I didn't have saffron to use, but it still turned out to be very tasty. Well balanced in flavors.
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