On chilly evenings we don’t always want to go out, but with these stew recipes from around the world, you can feel like you’re globetrotting while you’re really at home, warming up from the inside. Ready? Let’s cook!
The signature ingredient in this traditional Hungarian dish is smoky, warming paprika. This version is by local food darling, Siba Mtongana.
You might not think that stew is practically a national dish in Brazil, but this dish with black beans and beef is just that.
This Cajun dish hails from Louisiana in the US South and can include various ingredients, like sausage, shrimp, okra, bacon or mielies. We love this chicken version.
The fishermen of San Francisco are to thank for this lip-smacking seafood stew. This recipe calls for clam juice (what?!) but you can substitute it with equal amounts of water and chicken or veggie stock.