So I feel like making a stew but haven't made any since going primal. Can anyone suggest a recipe that doesn't contain potatoes. Or is it as simple as not putting any in and upping the amount of other veges and meat?
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I've made a delicious stew with yams instead of potatos. And red wine in the gravy - YUMMY!
load it with other veggies *nod* i made a chicken 'stew' full of spinach and cabbage and it was goooooood
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I happily eat potatoes so this isn't an issue for me! But often I'll use carrots, turnips and either parsnip or celeriac, with lamb chops to make a potato-less stew. Delicious! I like to put a couple of sprigs of rosemary in there....
Use potatoes if you want to, or leave them out, or whatever. You CAN change recipes, you know. Or just use them as rough guidelines.
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use bacon instead
Turnips make awesome potato stand-ins, as does upping the rest of the veggies or dumping several handfuls of greens in your bowl before pouring the stew over.
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Jicama cubed just as you would potatoes in stew gives you the texture and satisfaction of a potato. Yummy!
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