I’m So Healthy Curried Three Bean Stew

Categories: Recipes,Uncategorized,Welcome,


I am really lucky! You see, my parents are in Calco, Italy on my dad’s Italian Health Vacation and I’m in New Jersey with my brother. Reading that sentence alone may incline you to assume that I am off my rocker. Why does Talia think she is lucky given that she is in suburbia, New Jersey and her parents are at a stunning, “Sana Retreat and Spa featuring 22 uniquely-appointed suites,” in the heart of the beautiful countryside in Italy? (my parents are HERE) Well, dear readers, this is because I get to cook using curry. Bahahahaha. My parents loathe curry and anything overly spicy. Me? I adore Indian food and curried food equals happy taste buds. Soooo, I ventured to the kitchen today and said to myself that I was going to go for it, I was going to make a vegetable dish employing the use of curry and nobody was going to tell me that they wouldn’t eat it.  I would make it and eat it all by myself! *happy dance* I made up for any guilt about cooking such a large pot of food for myself by also preparing my brother his favorite banana bread. After eating dinner, we were both delightfully full (don’t worry, he ate more than just banana bread) and I stored the rest of the stew in the refrigerator (sometimes I wish I was a giant so I could eat all of my recipes such as this one at once, but being an averaged sized Homo sapien, I knew that the rest of the stew belonged in storage to be consumed later).

Curry, it’s nice to see you again after a long hiatus away from the Fuhrman family kitchen! If you like curry, as I do, try making this recipe and delight in all of the fiber, flavonoids and antioxidants present in this recipe. It’s perfect for a chilly winter’s day!

Ingredients (makes 10-15 servings):

1 (15 oz) can white navy beans
1 (15 oz) can kidney beans
1 (15 oz) can garbanzo beans
1 carton (4 cups) low-sodium vegetable broth
3 cloves garlic, minced
1 yellow onion, finely chopped
3 large carrots, diced
1 zucchini, chopped
4 small or 3 large stalks celery, sliced
2 cups mushrooms (about 12 small button mushrooms), sliced
1 bunch kale, finely chopped
1 tablespoon high quality curry powder
½ teaspoon cumin
¼ teaspoon turmeric
1 tablespoon Bragg’s Liquid Amino Acid


1) In a large pot, add 1 cup of water with chopped onion, minced garlic, curry powder, cumin and turmeric. Sautee for about 5 minutes over low-medium heat. Add a few more tablespoons of water, if necessary.
2) Add veggie broth and Bragg’s Liquid Amino Acid and cook for another five minutes.
3) Stir in chopped vegetables (except for mushrooms) and cook over medium heat for approximately 10 minutes. After 10 minutes, add mushrooms and all beans (do not add the liquid in the cans of beans).
4) Simmer on a low flame for another 20-30 minutes and you’ve got one tasty stew on your hands. Enjoy!

I will also include in this blog post a song recommendation because I happen to be listening to a fantastic song as I type this: Palladio by Escala is woahhh, really good!

I hope you are having a kalicious day! ← I just made up this word. Kalicious = a day as glorious as kale is healthy.

Peace, love and STRAWBERRIES (change is desirable, so I figured I would change up the kale signature thing, if only for this one post!) <3


  1. Luanda says:

    I love curry too! Will try this recipe tomorrow using the ingredients I have on hand. Now I’m curious to know the recipe for the banana bread. Is it the one with chocolate chips that you posted here right when you started the blog? I have done thar one a few times and love it! Thanks for another yummy recipe!

  2. Ashley says:

    This is one of my favorite soups/stews ever! It’s definitely a winner! I have shared it with all my family.


  3. Aw thanks 🙂 I’m so glad that you are enjoying it!

  4. Cindi R. says:

    I just made this Curried Bean Stew last night and absolutely loved it. It’s so hearty, healthy and filling and has a wonderful curry flavor. I love salt and by using the Bragg’s I did not need to add any salt. This will be one of my go-to soup recipes. Delish!

  5. I’m so glad you enjoy it, Cindi! I love the curry flavor too!

  6. […] beans to it!  Throw pre-soaked and boiled beans into a curry, a vegetable bake, veggie burger,  soup, or salad, or make your very own bean dips and at an unbelievably low cost.  Why should you leave […]

Leave a Comment