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Anasazi Stew

A variation of the three sisters stew. Three sisters is a native american reference to squash, beans and corn. In what is now Southwest US, natives commonly grew all three on the same plot of land. From a vegetarian nutritional stand point they compliment each other as well. BFL/EFL.

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ingredients

directions

  • With fork poke vent holes into the squash.
  • Peel skin if not organic.
  • Microwave for about 5 minute or until about 3/4 cooked.
  • Cut into 1 inch cubes.
  • Set aside.
  • In a 4 quart sauce pan quickly toast oregano powder, cumin, and cinnamon for about 30 seconds Add oil, onion, salt, and garlic; saute until the onion is translucent.
  • Add squash tomatos, beans (including liquid), corn, and chili powder, cook until squash and corn is tender.
  • (about 5 minutes) Serve Hot with grated cheese garnish.
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"A variation of the three sisters stew. Three sisters is a native american reference to squash, beans and corn. In what is now Southwest US, natives commonly grew all three on the same plot of land. From a vegetarian nutritional stand point they compliment each other as well. BFL/EFL."
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  1. SaltNPepper
    A variation of the three sisters stew. Three sisters is a native american reference to squash, beans and corn. In what is now Southwest US, natives commonly grew all three on the same plot of land. From a vegetarian nutritional stand point they compliment each other as well. BFL/EFL.
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