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Pumpkin Stew

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  • Spicy
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    • 4 hr 25 mins
    • Serves 6
    • Medium

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    Savored the true taste of autumn with this spicy Pumpkin Stew. Many enjoy the mouthwatering and delicious soup especially when the pumpkins are fresh from the farm.

    Pumpkin stew makes a fine starter for a dinner party.It also has a lovely taste that will stimulate your guests’ appetite.

    Health Benefits

    1. Pumpkin is low in calories and very good source of fiber and vitamin A, E, C, K. It also contains iron, phosphorus and manganese. It contains vitamin A which promotes good vision especially in dim light.
    2. It helps to keep you fuller and keeps your appetite at bay so you eat less overall, helping you keep healthy weight. It contains antioxidants that protect you from cancer. The fiber in pumpkin also helps to promotes a healthier heart.
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    How to make Pumpkin Stew

    1. Heat the oil in a large pan.
    2. Add the onion and stir.
    3. Add garlicand stir.
    4. Add the curry, cinnamon, ginger, salt, and black pepper then stir.
    5. Then add tomatoes and stir.
    6. Add water and scrap the bottom of the pan to put in all the flavors.
    7. Add the pumpkin, potato, carrot, green banana, and Scotch bonnet pepper.
    8. Increase the heat and bring to a boil.
    9. Cover it, and then reduce the heat. Let it simmer for little bit until the vegetables becomes very tender, stirring occasionally.
    10. Remove the Scotch bonnet pepper then serve.

    Trivia

    1. Morton, Illinois is the pumpkin capital of the world, that explains why they account for 80% of canned pumpkin in America.

    Ruth Mancini

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