Hearty Vegan Irish Stew

This Hearty Vegan Irish Stew is the third and final video in my 1-pot dish series! Not only is this dish easy but it may just be the quintessential cozy winter food. Eating this stew is almost like eating a bowl of warm, savoury, veg-heavy gravy. Oh and did I mention that it’s super simple. Yeah, it’s a good one. I promise that you will not be disappointed. Enjoy!

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Hearty Vegan Irish Stew
This Hearty Vegan Irish Stew is the third and final video in my 1-pot dish series! Not only is this dish easy but it may just be the quintessential cozy winter food. Eating this stew is almost like eating a bowl of warm, savoury, veg-heavy gravy. Oh and did I mention that it’s super simple. Yeah, it’s a good one. I promise that you will not be disappointed. Enjoy!
Course Entré
Prep Time 25 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Course Entré
Prep Time 25 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings
people
Instructions
  1. Heat the large pot on high and add in your oil. Once the oil is hot, add in your mushrooms and sear until they turn a nice golden brown (don't move them too much while you're caramelizing them).
  2. While the mushrooms are cooking, chop up the rest of your veggies and add your onions, celery and carrots to the pot and cook on medium-high until they start to soften (about 5 minutes).
  3. Next, add in your potatoes and continue to cook until they start to soften.
  4. Next, pick and roughly chop your thyme, mince your garlic and add them and the bay leaves and pepper to the pot. Stir in and cook for a few more minutes.
  5. Next, add your tomato paste and cook for a few more minutes. Then add your flour, stir in well and cook for another minute. Note: Once you add the flour the stew may start sticking to the bottom so make sure you are stirring it regularly and don't leave the kitchen!
  6. The tamari and the tall can of beer can be added next. Reduce the beer down by half or until the bubbles have disappeared and the smell of the alcohol is mostly gone.
  7. You can then stir in your stock. Set the burner on high and bring the stew to a boil. Immediately drop it to a simmer (on medium) and cook for 15-20 minutes. When the potatoes are tender, the stew is ready. Note: You may wan to add more liquid if the stew is too thick.

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