A rich, tasty beef stew - perfect for a cold winter evening. Serve over rice, baked potatoes or simply with crusty bread to mop up all the delicious sauce.
A delicious Spanish influenced, spicy chicken stew. Very easy one pot casserole for the cooler days.
This is a delicious family favourite of ours, full of flavour. Serve this stew with boiled rice or crusty bread.
Chicken, fish and split peas all combine in this traditional Caribbean one pot meal which is hearty enough for a crowd!
This makes enough soup to feed an army! You can find karengo (dried seaweed from New Zealand) at health food stores.
Not the real thing - but a cheat's compromise! Diced beef is simmered in a mushroom and red wine sauce.
This is a very popular dish from Norway which is usually served with boiled potatoes sprinkled with parsley.
A really delicious and authentic stew of squid in a red wine sauce. This is great served with rice for a special occasion.
Red kidney beans, corn and green capsicum combine for a delicious vegetarian stew that's great served with brown rice or quinoa. Top with chopped fresh coriander or parsley.
Chouriço is simply the Portuguese chorizo. All the better if you can find Portuguese chouriço for this dish, but the more common Spanish chorizo will work just fine. Serve over mash or rice.
This is a classic Portuguese stew which mixes pork with clams. Serve with crusty bread - the juices are heavenly.
This is a delectable stew where rabbit is brushed with mustard and baked with white wine and orange juice.
Okra, prawns and a variety of sauteed vegetables make up this tasty stew. Serve with rice.
The slow cooking process results in deliciously tender veal. Fresh sage and rosemary can be added for even more flavour.
Chicken legs work well in this recipe, but take a little longer to cook than breast fillets. Serve with saffron rice or crusty bread and salad.
You can save a lot of time with this borscht if you use a food processor to quickly shred the vegetables. Serve hot, topped with sour cream.
Beef and potatoes, or mince and tatties as they say in Scotland, is a great cold weather dish. Serve with bread to soak up the delicious gravy.
I have called this a stew but it could easily be a soup too depending on how big you cut up the lamb, dried apricots and vegetables as well as how many liquids you add.
Slow cooker food seems to have an amazing depth of flavour and this chicken and mushroom casserole is no exception.
A slow cooker is the perfect cooking tool for cheaper cuts of beef that benefit from long slow braising. Start this stew in the morning and it will be ready for dinner!