Easy Witches Brew Dinner Stew is the perfect bowl of delicious healthiness to serve on Halloween! You’ll ward off the evil spirits & goblins!
But, it’s not just for Halloween! It’s the healing witches brew stew all year round!
I don’t know about you, but the month of October is one of my favorites. Well, first of all, it’s my birthday month. Yes, I celebrate in small and big ways all month long. My thinking is, why is it just one day!
And, of course, it’s Halloween. And, what’s better than Halloween healthy foods, soups, stews, like this Hard Cider Apple Brew Beef Stew, more brews, cocktails, mocktails and more!
Halloween Stews and Soups
Now, I adore decorating. And, it’s so easy to create fun table centerpieces indoors or outdoors.
In fact, you just might pick up some ideas for your Fall tables with these ideas that I’m sharing with you.
Halloween Dinner Stew
Now, this dinner stew is based upon some of the ingredients that are known to ward off the bad and evil spirits. You know in the Halloween way!
Oh, the Washington Post gives five ways to ward off those eeeevil spirits, including garlic: For Transylvanians, the garlic (worn, not ingested) also frightens off vampires and werewolves.
And, yes, we have plenty of garlic in this brew stew!
My witches stew is made with some superpower healthy ingredients.
Just take a gander at Kettle and Fire Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth! Oh, yes, you want to use this because it ramps up the flavors and makes it more nutrient dense. Be sure to use my discount code at checkout, ALLYSKITCHEN, and get 20% off every order you place. Yes, that’s a big deal I think. Hey, 20% saves you money. And, there are so many options for stocking your pantry with these fabulous bone broths and soups. And, even a Martini!
It’s made with grass-fed and/or pasture-raised bones that are assuredly healthy!
Witches Stew Recipe
Now you must check out my Bloody Bones Martini. It makes you feel quasi healthy and happy sipping knowing that you’re getting some great nutrients in every sip. And, it’s simple to make and fabulous to serve. Your peeps will undoubtedly be impressed!
Don’t think that this recipe is just for Halloween. By no means! It’s for year round or for anytime you want something warm and cozy for your tummy!
Pop and I love to eat it with crunchy salty tortilla chips or baguette bread. You have to sop up all the brothy bloody stew juices, my loves!
Witches Brew Stew
And, like most stews, soups, pasta sauces, pot roasts and more, this brew stew is better on day two!
You’ll have it from the stovetop to the table in under an hour. Be sure everyone sitting around is ready for eeeeeekkkkkkk dispelling and ridding all the bats, goblins, vampires and critters!
- 3 Tbl. Extra virgin olive oil
- 2 cups sweet onions, sliced in half French cut
- 2 cups bell peppers, red, yellow and/or green, sliced in matchstick size pieces
- 1 (6 oz.) can tomato paste
- 1 box (16 oz.) Kettle and Fire Turmeric Ginger Bone Broth + 2 cups water, divided
- 3 whole garlic cloves, large size, skin on
- 1 ½ Tbl. Stone ground mustard
- 3 tsp. caraway seeds
- 2 Tbl. Old Bay seasoning mixture
- 2 Tbl. Nutritional yeast
- 3 cups Yukon potatoes, medium bite size pieces, skin on
- 2 (13 oz.) packages Turkey kielbasa, cut into bite size pieces
- In a large braising pan over medium heat, put the olive oil, onions, peppers and sauté about 3 minutes.
- Add the tomato paste and blend into this mixture. Add the bone broth and one cup of water. Blend well.
- Add the garlic cloves, mustard, caraway seeds, Old Bay and nutritional yeast and blend well. Cover with a lid. Let this mixture come to a simmer boil for about five minutes.
- Add the potatoes and kielbasa and blend well. Add remaining water. Cover. Turn heat to medium low and cook about 25 to 30 minutes or until the potatoes and tender.
- Remove the tender garlic cloves and squeeze the paste like garlic out of the skin and blend back into the stew mixture.
- Serve immediately or let the stew stay on a very low heat until read to serve.