Another Peek Inside The Vegan Slow Cooker – Steamy Stews and Curries

Photo by Bill Bettencourt, Property of Fair Winds Press

Tofu Bouillabaisse (Photo by Bill Bettencourt, Property of Fair Winds Press)

Here’s another teaser from The Vegan Slow CookerIt comes out October 1.

Stews are the perfect way to start using your slow cooker while you are away at work. They need the least attention and shouldn’t over cook if you come home a little late.

However, if you are going to be very late or find that your slow cooker runs particularly hot add an extra 1/2 to 1 cup of liquid to make sure it doesn’t burn. Typically, I do this the first time I cook a dish and then gauge from the result how much liquid I’ll use in the future.

Chapter 4

Steamy Stews and Curries that Save the Day
1. Soy Chorizo Black Bean Stew
2. White Bean and Kale Stew
3. Asian-Style Winter Stew
4. Veggie Gumbo with Cheater Roux
5. Mojito Pinto Beans
6. Cheater Chili
7. Tofu Bouillabaisse
8. Chinese-Style Eggplant in Garlic Sauce
9. Hard Cider and Cabbage Stew
10. Thai Red Curry Tofu and Veggies
11. Caribbean Mango Black Beans
12. Not-My-Grandmother’s Beefy Stew
13. Sweet Potato and Chard Dal
14. Chana Saag (Indian Greens with
15. Baigan Bharta (Eggplant Curry)
16. Easy Veggie Chickpea Biryani
17. Butter Chick’n

Chana Saag (Indian Greens with Chickpeas) (Photo by Bill Bettencourt, Property of Fair Winds Press)


  1. Zelda Dawn Meisch says:

    Now I want Chana Saag for dinner!

  2. Pink Kitchen says:

    Looks like a lot of great recipes!

  3. I’m so excited! I’ve thought many times about doing tofu in the slow cooker but I always chicken out. I’m also happy to see that eggplant dish, and anything indian-inspired, yum!

  4. Hi,
    I’ve run into your site before, and all I can say is Bravo!!! I’ve been a cook on, and off for 20+yrs. And what you do with your ingredients, and the combination of what you use, is what impresses me the most. But also you mention about coming home late And to honest who wouldn’t want to come home to this dish!!!!

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