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Celebrate St. Patrick's Day with a veggie friendly Irish Stew.

Posted by Cat Morley from London, United Kingdom • Published See Cat Morley's 1114 projects »
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  • How to cook a stew. Vegetarian Irish Stew - Step 1
    Step 1

    Chop up your carrot and fry them in a frying pan, over the highest heat, with a couple of tablespoons of olive oil.

  • How to cook a stew. Vegetarian Irish Stew - Step 2
    Step 2

    After a couple of minutes, add the beef-style quorn with a few more drops of olive oil. Leave to cook and start chopping up the onions.

  • How to cook a stew. Vegetarian Irish Stew - Step 3
    Step 3

    When the carrots have softened, add the onions with a few more drops of olive oil. Cook until the onions are golden.

  • How to cook a stew. Vegetarian Irish Stew - Step 4
    Step 4

    Add the Guinness and watch the stew sizzle. Turn down the heat.

  • How to cook a stew. Vegetarian Irish Stew - Step 5
    Step 5

    Add the creme fraiche and leave to simmer for 10 minutes. Serve hot with a slice of soda bread.

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Serena P.
Serena P. · Clarkson, Kentucky, US · 5 projects
It looks wonderful but Guiness isn't vegetarian friendly. "The black stuff is clarified with isinglass - a form of gelatine made from the air bladders of fish. It's only a minute amount but technically it's still a fishy pint." via http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/top-stories/tm_method=full&objectid=19141872&siteid=115875-name_page.html
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Anne K.
Anne K. · Chicago, Illinois, US · 2 projects
Yummmm, I can't wait to try this on a cold winter's night!
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Candice T.
Candice T. · 7 projects
Just ate some, it was amazing! I used the Quorn meatballs because I couldn't find the other meat peices. But it was so good!
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mmmm. yum. i love stews. thanks for posting this! =)
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Megan S.
Megan S. · Toronto, Ontario, CA · 1 project
I'm sad that Canada doesn't have Quorn, cause that looks delish.
If you freeze tofu and then rethaw, it gets a rubbery "meat-like" texture...unfortunately, it doesn't contribute any flavour.
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Leigh-Anne D.
Leigh-Anne D. · Cleveland Heights, Ohio, US · 13 projects
I haven't seen beef Quorn in our stores, but we have these soy beef skewers by Yves (www.yvesveggie.com) that are good. I've used them to make a "beefy" mushroom stroganoff that was quite tasty.
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1397 projects
Yeah you can, but you should try the Quorn pieces, you wont be able to tell the difference!
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Grace D
Grace D · London, GB · 83 projects
Yes-I will try it,can you use propper beef?
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1397 projects
Sorry Grace, T didn't get back with the Quorn beef until about 10pm! I think you should just try it anyway.
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Grace D
Grace D · London, GB · 83 projects
Why did you not tell me about this last night Cat
I now have to wait a year to try it xx
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