Aduki Bean Stew

This is an adopted recipe. I have not yet tried it, but hope to eventually. Please let me know if you try it and how it turns out via a review. Any opinions/changes will be taken into consideration! Thanks!

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  • Saute the onion in the margarine until golden.
  • Add the garlic, leek, carrot and mushrooms, and cook for another 5 minutes, until the vegetables are just soft.
  • Mix in the paprika and flour and stir for another minute.
  • Add the remaining ingredients, including the cooked aduki beans, plus enough reserved bean cooking liquid to half-cover the ingredients.
  • Stir well, cover and simmer for about 30 minutes, stirring occasionally and adding more cooking liquid if it gets too dry.
  • Season with black pepper and parsley and serve.
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  1. Ophirmom
    Interesting combination of ingredients, we all liked it a lot. Thanks!
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  2. Nancy
    Yum, I really like this dish. I used canola oil instead of soya magarine because that's what I had on hand. I also skipped the leek because I didn't have any and used a lighter vegetable stock powder that I had available. I made this in a crock pot and had some rice on the side so family members could dish up the amounts they wanted. I also had a shaker full of spices (equal amounts of parsley, oregano, garlic powder, onion powder black pepper, red pepper, celery seed and cumin) available for family members to shake over their dish. Nice alternative to salt and goes well with the dish.
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  3. p5243
    Delicious! I didn't have a few ingredients and substituted, but it was very good. I used olive oil rather than soya margarine, celery instead of a leek, left out mushrooms, tomato paste, and parsley. I also used water rather than the liquid from the beans as I hadn't saved it.
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  4. p5243
    Delicious! I didn't have a few ingredients and substituted, but it was very good. I used olive oil rather than soya margarine, celery instead of a leek, left out mushrooms, tomato paste, and parsley. I also used water rather than the liquid from the beans as I hadn't saved it.
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  5. rwallace80
    This is an excellent dish. I added 1 pound chopped "organic style" ham or baked pork loin, and liked it even better. Eastcoastcook
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