White Bean Stew: Comfort Food For Lifting The Soul

A Flavor-Loaded Meal For Your Weeknights
Nothing beats the taste of beans. Any time of day, the moment you smell it you can almost taste it – am I right? That’s why this homemade bean stew is a delight.
With each bite, you’ll lose yourself in the smoky flavor. This soup has a lot of stick-to-your-ribs power in it. I can literally eat this for both lunch and supper and be totally satisfied.
You are really going to want to hang on to this fabulous recipe from The Cozy Apron. Yum! This stew was a bit of an experiment for me. My 10-year-old isn’t much a fan of beans.
Any Sunday morning, you’ll see everyone else with 2-3 slices on their plate. Not her! She’s got a pile that is bigger than her French toast, eggs or whatever else the main course is. She walked through the door from playing outside with friends and said, “Mmm beans!”
She was pretty upset it was all in the bean stew. I bet her that if she took a bite she’d change her mind about beans. Since these were mostly smashed up, it worked! She had a bowl and a half and gave me her approval.

Here’s what Ingrid, over at The Cozy Apron, said about this white bean and stew:
A thick, hearty, warming yet simple stew has the power to transform the melancholy heart and to warm one’s core, completely; it can enliven a sleepy soul, sending ripples of heat and delicious sustenance to the partaker’s quiet spirit.
So true! I can’t imagine a better dish to comfort me on a cold, dreary day! Have you tried this recipe already? Let us know in the comments how it turned out for you!

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