Borlotti (Pinto) Beans and Butternut Squash Daube (Mauritian Stew) | Vegan / Vegetarian Recipe

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  1. ✿ Veganlovlie Recipes / Beans and Butternut Squash Daube – Vegan Stew : This is a Mauritian classic stew originating from the French daube provençale. While the French version calls for wine in the sauce, the Mauritian daube is made with tomatoes, herbs and spices. Curry leaves give this stew its distinctive taste but you may replace them by 1-2 bay leaves if you can't find curry leaves. This stew can be made with various vegetables and today I am using fresh borlotti beans, butternut squash and potatoes. ✿ FULL PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ http://www.veganlovlie.com/2015/10/fresh-borlotti-beans-and-butternut.html

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  2. Hi there! I really love your recipes, only the thing is I hate (nay loathe) cumin! There seems to be cumin everywhere. Of course I can leave it out but spice mixes like garam masala also contain cumin and are not as easily replaced. What would you recommend a cumin-loather like me? Thanks!

  3. Great recipe, as usual! I'll try it in the next few weeks, with the cold coming, it's going to be such a comfort food! By the way, I live in Québec. It's quite rare to see people from Montreal here on You Tube. 😉

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