Healthly Crock Pot Vegan Great Northern Bean Stew

Healthly Crock Pot Vegan Great Northern Bean Stew created by Mesa_Mom

Comfort food for the Vegan in all of us. High fiber and rich in taste. Can be eaten hot, cold, over pasta or processed down to a bean dip with bite. Enjoy!

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8hrs 30mins
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  • Place the soaked beans in the crock pot with the 2 cups of stock. Turn pot on high. Create a sofrito with the onion, celery and carrots in the olive oil that has been pre-heated in a fry pan at medium high heat. Allow the onion and carrots to caramelize. Once the stock and beans are up to a warm temp, add the sofrito, oil and all from the fry pan. Make sure you scrape out all the fond for extra flavor. Add the remainder of the ingredients to the beans and allow to cook on high 2 hours. Lower the crock pot to low temp and cook another 6 hours. You can use as a side dish, main course, dip. This is so versatile and will warm the tummy with layers of flavor. I sometimes sprinkle a bit of fresh grated parm cheese over the top for the main dish.
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  1. Sharron B.
    What is a sofrito?
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  2. banay83
    It doesn't say where to add in the mushrooms.
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  3. Mesa_Mom
    Healthly Crock Pot Vegan Great Northern Bean Stew Created by Mesa_Mom
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  4. Mesa_Mom
    This was absolutely delicious: easy to prep, filling and satisfying. Even my family of picky eaters gobbled this one up and asked for seconds. I bet you could find all of these ingredients in your pantry and fridge right now. And, if you could not find the exact ones, this is so versatile that you could substitute and it would still come out fabulous. But if you can, stick to the original recipe. It's just that good! Thanks, "warmerwithin", for sharing this! Letting all my friends and family know of this one. LOVE THAT IT'S VEGAN AND TASTES SO SAVORY! Can be frozen.
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  5. valeriesullivan20
    Comfort food for the Vegan in all of us. High fiber and rich in taste. Can be eaten hot, cold, over pasta or processed down to a bean dip with bite. Enjoy!
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