Jo Zimny Recipe

Jaipur Vegetable Stew

By Jo Zimny EmilyJo

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Jo's Story

Hubby and I love East Indian Food. This is not overly spicy and really hits the spot. It is great with a piece of Naan or crusty bread.


1 Tbsp
coconut oil
3 stick
celery, chopped medium
1 large
sweet onion, chopped medium
1 large
leek, chopped, medium
3 clove
garlic, pressed
2 large
yukon gold potatoes, chopped medium
1 large
carrot, chopped, medium
1 large
portabella mushroom, chopped medium
1 large
yam, chopped medium
5 c
chicken broth, low salt
1-10 oz. pkg
tasty bite jaipur vegetables (in the foil pouch)
1-14 oz. can(s)
coconut milk
1/2-28 oz. can(s)
fire roasted pureed tomatoes
5 oz
frozen sweet corn
5 oz
frozen peas

Directions Step-By-Step

Heat the coconut oil in a large soup pot.
Add the celery, onion, leek, carrot, potatoes, garlic, mushroom and yams.
Add the chicken broth. Simmer for about 20 minutes or until the veggies are fork tender. Add the Jaipur Vegetables. Stir.
Add the corn and the peas. Give this a good stir.
Add the tomato puree and coconut milk and bring to a boil then turn down and simmer for 5 minutes.
Let sit for a while, then serve warm with your favourite bread.

About this Recipe

Other Tag: Healthy
Hashtags: #stew, #Juipur, #East, #Indian

  • Comments

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    Doreen Fish dfish - Apr 19, 2011
    I love curries too Jo...hubby not so much...thank you!!!
  • user
    Joan Hunt vegancook - Apr 19, 2011
    where do you find juipur vegetables (in the foil pouch). I have never herd of this before is it a brand name or a type of vegetable.
  • user
    Joan Hunt vegancook - Apr 19, 2011
    when I Google it all that comes up is Jaipur, Rajasthan India
  • user
    Jo Zimny EmilyJo - Apr 19, 2011
    Joan, this product is made by Tasty Bite, I'll edit my recipe and put it on there. I get this in Asian markets and health food stores.
  • user
    Jo Zimny EmilyJo - Apr 19, 2011
    Its spelled Jaipur, not Juipur. It's very concentrated in the pouch so adding it along with all the veggies I put in it dilutes it somewhat and it's not as hot. It also contains some paneer cheese, but so little you can't even find it in there :)