This hearty lentil potato stew is vegan, budget friendly, full of seasonal ingredients, like carrots, potatoes and wintery herbs: the ultimate comfort food in a bowl!
Meatless Monday just got a little more exciting! I love that with each new season mother nature provides us with exciting new produce that’s good for the body and the soul. Now that it’s fall and cooler weather is on the way, warmer soups and stews are a great idea, as they boost our immune system, stores energy, and so good for the digestive system as well.
Lentils are the perfect high-protein, high-fibre food that take on the flavours you add to it. They’re much more simpler to cook than dried beans, as they require no soaking, are low in cost – making it super budget friendly for everyone.
If you’re someone who doesn’t have a lot of time to cook during the busy week, than this is the perfect one pot wonder stew recipe to make on a Sunday night. This way you’ll have it ready for the entire week for lunch or dinner. This nourishing stew is packed with plant based protein, rich in fibre and full of warm spices. Feel free to swap out the potatoes for sweet potatoes or butternut squash, toss in some green peas or cauliflower, the possibilities are endless!
If you love a good veggie stew as much as I do, than you are also going to love my Easy Veggie Dal Stew as well.
If you make this Lentil Potato Stew, be sure to share a photo on social media and tag me @healthnutnutrition #healthnuteats so that I can see your creations!
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Hi Nicole, I’m planning to use orange & red dried lentils instead of the green bc that’s what I have on hand. Any recommendations to change anything ( spices)? Or do you think the type of lentils doesn’t matter?. Thanks.
This is the best stew!! I make it all the time and all my roommates are always so jealous of my dinner. So easy and yummy
Hi Nikole! Can I swap the dried lentils for canned? That’s all I have and I wanted to use them up!!
Of course! Just make sure you drain the liquid first. Enjoy. 🙂
What bouillon cubes do you use? I want to make sure I’m getting the “natural” kind without MSG and any other fake stuff. Thanks!
Hi Laura! I usually just look for organic boullion cubes with minimal ingredients – these ones (linked) are good!