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Nice flavor! Very warming. I needed to add a bit more liquid so I could get all my veggies submerged. Next time I'll throw the collards in a little bit after the other veggies. They were definitely done before the sweet potatoes were tender enough.
This was a really nice recipe - loved the different flavors that came out. It does have a lot of ingredients and it makes a large serving. Will try it with a few less items next time around. Made for ZWT 2011.
This was good. I, too, had no cauliflower so I added some yellow pepper. Skipped the raisins because my son won't eat them but I think it might have given it an interesting extra dimension. Also used broth instead of water as suggested by others. Mine was not thick, I may reduce the broth next time or increase the veggies.
Very good...I had no cauliflower so used a red pepper and a couple more handfuls of collards. Also a teaspoon of veggie bouillon. Everyone said it was a keeper!
We really liked this. Everything went well together and it had great flavor. We used less salt, broth instead of water, more greens, and omitted the raisins (personal preference). Thanks!
This is so nice and warm! Its thick and so comforting. It lacked a little spice for me but a little pepper fixed that right up!
This was a very hearty stew, perfect for the middle of winter. It's also great to be able to cook vegetarian food and not have anyone complain about the lack of meat. We ummhed and ahhed about the raisins, I didn't like the flavour they added and I think I would just leave them out next time (but that is purely a personal thing). This is a great way to use up small amounts of veges that can't made a side dish on their own. Made for ZWT4.
This stew was absolutely delicious. I only gave it four stars because I did not have poppy seed and coriander on hand. My husband is a vegetarian and I am always looking for new ways to cook vegetables.
This recipe calls to mind southern soul food. Definitely a stick to your ribs stew and I made it a one dish meal by adding in some diced ham. It was just a bit too hearty for the hot summertime, but it's going to be a great recipe to have on hand this winter. Crackling Bread was absolutly perfect served with this stew. Thanks for sharing this recipe!