Brazilian Veggie Stew

Sep 03, 2007 by CMB | 2 Comments| Share it:   

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  • Prep: ~30 mins.
  • Cook: ~30 mins.
  • Serves: 2

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  • Large mango
  • Can of red kidney beans
  • Sweet potatoes
  • garlic
  • A big handful of coriander (cilantro for the Americans)
  • one big onion
  • A couple of chillis
  • 1 green pepper
  • 1 can chopped tomatoes

Step 1

Start off by dicing the onion, chili pepper and garlic:


Step 2

Fry gently for five minutes.


Step 3

Whilst they are frying chop the sweet potato and green pepper into chunks:


Step 4

After about five minutes have passed, add the sweet potato.


Step 5

Add the pepper.


Step 6

Add the chopped tomatoes to the mix. Bring to the boil and simmer for about 15 minutes (or until the sweet potatoes are soft).


Step 7

Whilst you're waiting, chop the mango into big chunks.


Step 8

And chop the coriander.


Step 9

When 15 minutes are up, add the beans and warm for a couple more minutes.


Step 10

Then add the mango and warm for another minute or so.


Step 11

Finish up by adding a bit of salt, and mixing in the coriander. Serve with freshly heated tortillas.

Now that you have learned how to make brazilian veggie stew, please be sure to view these other soup recipes. Also, you will love these Central / South American recipes.


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user does not have an avatar mackenzie

Aug 02, 2009

that looks yummy

user does not have an avatar real brazilian cook

May 24, 2010

This recipe is not even remotely Brazilian. Red kidney beans? That’s for Mexican or Caribbean cuisine. We use the black or the “carioquinha” variety, chiefly. Adding mango to a bean dish? Never seen or heard of it being made in typical Brazilian kitchens.

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