Vegan Red bean Stew recipe| Gluten Free recipe

Beans are the best source of versatile protein and fiber.  I stock up my pantry with many varieties of beans always.  The beans are tasty when cooked with appropriate veggies and spices. There is something called “lentil-effect” or “second meal effect” describes the remarkable effect of beans to help control blood sugar levels for hours or even the next day after consumption. The high fiber content in them prevents them from getting digested quickly and their low sugar content prevents insulin from spiking in your bloodstream and making you hungry. They also keep the good gut bacteria happy. Legumes, beans, are part of both the protein group and the vegetable group, so they’re packed with protein, iron, zinc, fiber, folate, and potassium and also they are low in saturated fat and sodium and no cholesterol. Darker the color more nutrients they contain.

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Micheal Greger says,  ‘as per the studies, the areas around the world with the greatest longevity, the most people that live over a hundred, the one thing that all those areas share is legumes, actually, they eat bean-rich diets‘.

Difficulty Level Medium
Prep time 1o minutes
Cooking Time 20 minutes
Refrigerator life  3-4 days
Reheating method Reheat
Ingredients Measurement
Red bean 1/2 Cup
Broccoli (cut into florets) 1/2 Cup
Carrot (diced) 1/2 Cup
Any leafy green (Bokchoy) 1/2 Cup
Salt to taste 1 Teaspoon
Onion 1 Medium size
Garlic 3 Cloves
Coconut Oil( any plant-based oil) 2 Teaspoons
Chilli powder 1 Teaspoon
Cumin seeds 1 Teaspoon
Green Onion 2 stalks
Fresh lemon juice 1 Tablespoon
Turmeric powder 1 Teaspoon
Bayleaf 1
Curry leaves 1 sprig
Coconut cream 2 Tablespoons

Directions:

1. Soak the red beans for about 3-4 hrs or overnight and cook using a pressure cooker.

Note: when you soak, the quantity of the beans will increase and it will cook fast.

2. Heat the oil in a large pan. When the oil is heated add cumin seeds, crushed garlic, chopped onions Turmeric powder, bay leaf, and curry leaves and sauté for 30 seconds

3. Add diced carrots, Broccoli to the pan and saute for 2 minutes (sprinkle some water if required)

4. Add chopped Bokchoy and saute for 1 minute

5. Add salt to taste, chili powder(chili sauce can also be used) and stir well

6. To this same pan add cooked red bean and stir and simmer for 5-6 minutes, mix the lemon juice and garnish with coconut cream, parsley, or mint, or green onions and serve hot with rice or noodles

Note: You may drain off excess water after cooking red bean, but this water will be very nutritious so you may like to collect in a bowl and use it for soup.  When I cook Red bean stew, I do not drain the red bean water and that helps me to make the stew less thick.

 

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  2. Megala says:

    Wonderful recipe! Sounds delicious.

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  3. Jyo says:

    This is definitely a WINNER !!

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  5. I am not sure which makes me want to try this dish more, the wonderful ingredients or the delicious looking picture. Either way… gonna try this recipe soon.

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