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15 Favorite Fall Stew Recipes

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The leaves have turned and started falling, the temperature has dropped into the 30s and sometimes 20s in the mornings, and that means it is time for a bowl or two of hot stew. There are so many wonderful stews to make in the fall. They are so hearty and comforting on a cold day and just seem to warm you all the way through. These 15 stew recipes should help start your fall off just right.

  • 15 Favorite Fall Stew Recipes 1 of 16
    15 Favorite Fall Stew Recipes

    Follow the links to these 15 stew recipes your family will love this fall.

  • Slow Cooker Beef Stew 2 of 16
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    Full of beef and vegetables, this hearty slow cooker beef stew is so easy to make. Just let the slow cooker do the work.

    Source: Add a Pinch

  • Brunswick Stew 3 of 16
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    For a delicious, hearty and spicy meal, try this recipe for brunswick stew.  A dish of chicken, beef, and pork cooked with potatoes, tomatoes and other vegetables and spices is a treat on cool fall evenings.

    Source:  Add a Pinch

  • Irish Stew 4 of 16
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    Irish stew is a delicious, hearty stew with lamb, potatoes, carrots, and herbs.

    Source:  Recipe Girl

     

  • Basque Lamb Stew 5 of 16
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    Basque lamb stew is full of tender lamb, carrots, and herbs, and is just right for a cold fall day.

    Source:  Recipe Girl

     

  • Pork Stew with Clams, Mussels, and Spicy Red Pepper Sauce 6 of 16
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    Pork stew with clams, mussels, and spicy red pepper sauce is such a hearty and delicious stew. The recipe includes instructions for a gluten free version.

    Source:  Recipe Girl

  • Irish Beef Stew 7 of 16
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    Irish beef stew is a slow cooker recipe that is so flavorful with tender beef, vegetables, and red wine and Irish beer.

    Source:  The Little Kitchen

  • Beef Stew with Cinnamon and Yams 8 of 16
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    With the flavors of fall, this beef stew with cinnamon and yams has a hint of sweet taste that does not overpower the meat.

    Source:  My Kitchen Addiction

  • Rustic Chickpea Stew with Apricots 9 of 16
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    Rustic chickpea stew with apricots is a slow cooker vegetarian dish that is full of flavor from the apricots, turnips, and apple juice.

    Source:  Simple Bites

  • Roasted Green Chiles Stew 10 of 16
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    Roasted green chiles stew has a wonderful smoky and spicy flavor from the chiles and chipotle that really enhances the beef.

    Source:  A Southern Fairy Tale

  • Moroccan Vegetable Stew 11 of 16
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    Moroccan vegetable stew is filled with such yummy vegetables as butternut squash, potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, onions.  Add the garbanzo beans and spices and it is amazing!

    Source:  How Sweet Eats

  • Brazilian Black Bean Stew 12 of 16
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    Brazilian black bean stew is the perfect meal to celebrate fall. Sweet potatoes, black beans, crumbled bacon, and fresh orange juice mke this a scrumptious dish

    Source: Foodie with Family

  • Fall Beef Stew with Apples 13 of 16
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    Fall beef stew with apples is a spicy stew filled with dried apricots, apple, beef, and spices.

    Source:  Eat 2 Gather

  • Fall Style Chicken Stew with Sausage and Beans 14 of 16
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    Fall style chicken stew with sausage and beans is the perfect comfort food this fall when the days are cool. So much flavor in one dish!

    Source: Picky Palate

  • Venison Bourguignon 15 of 16
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    Venison bourguignon is a delicious blend of tender venison, potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, red wine, and herbs and butter.  

    Source:  A Spicy Perspective

  • San Francisco Cioppino 16 of 16
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    San Francisco Cioppino is a delicious fish stew made with white fish, shrimp or lobster, and mussels or clams. Wish I had a bowl right now.

    Source: A Spicy Perspective

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