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Three Sisters Stew

Three Sisters Stew created by Nourished Homestead

This is delicious! Filling but not heavy. Serve with multi-grain bread. Makes a lot!!

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  • Heat oil in a large saucepan over med-high until hot. Add rice, onion and garlic and cook for 2-3 minutes until onion is crisp tender. (Don’t burn the garlic!).
  • Stir in all the remaining ingredients. Bring to a boil.
  • Reduce heat and simmer uncovered for 15-20 minutes until rice is tender and broth is slightly thickened.
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"This is delicious! Filling but not heavy. Serve with multi-grain bread. Makes a lot!!"
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  1. Nourished Homestead
    This was a really hearty, tasty, and healthy dinner. I just seasoned mine with garlic salt and pepper. Thanks for sharing!
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  2. Nourished Homestead
    Three Sisters Stew Created by Nourished Homestead
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  3. Peewee deluxe
    Super easy and really tasty. Even meat lovers loved it.
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  4. Princess Pea
    For someone who wants a flavorful, low-fat yet satisfying stew, this is it. DH has been looking for alternatives to salad for lunch, and he gave this 10 stars. I used brown rice and low sodium chicken broth, 2 cloves garlic (thanks Zee_RN), and served this with Rita L.'s awesome Spicy Butternut Squash or Pumpkin Biscuits with Pecans Recipe #77352 (made with mashed sweet potatoes instead of squash). Cooked this up Sunday and he will be enjoying it all week. Note: Dieticians recommend that healthy adults consume 30 mg. of dietary fiber per day. This recipe gives you 9 mg of that!
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  5. Princess Pea
    For someone who wants a flavorful, low-fat yet satisfying stew, this is it. DH has been looking for alternatives to salad for lunch, and he gave this 10 stars. I used brown rice and low sodium chicken broth, 2 cloves garlic (thanks Zee_RN), and served this with Rita L.'s awesome Spicy Butternut Squash or Pumpkin Biscuits with Pecans Recipe #77352 (made with mashed sweet potatoes instead of squash). Cooked this up Sunday and he will be enjoying it all week. Note: Dieticians recommend that healthy adults consume 30 mg. of dietary fiber per day. This recipe gives you 9 mg of that!
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