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Chilean-Style Bean, Butternut and Corn Stew

4 to 6 Servings
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Beans, corn and squash are combined in the nourishing Chilean stew called porotos granados. It traditionally is made in late summer, after these crops are harvested, but our version with frozen vegetables and canned beans is easy to throw together anytime. The recipe calls for frozen butternut squash cubes; the size of the chunks varies from brand to brand, so begin testing for doneness after 5 minutes of cooking. Larger pieces may require about 10 minutes to become tender.



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Caroline C.
January 4, 2023
Depth of flavor
I wasn't expecting much, but we found this soup delicious and easy to put together on a weeknight. I initially started making it vegan using Orrington Farms Vegan broth base, but as I was salting it at the end, I did throw in a splash of fish sauce. Will definitely make this again.
Karoline W.
December 15, 2022
This s a fantastic harvest soup. I used fresh squash which cooked up very quickly. I also had canned corn on hand which also worked well. I also used some frozen poblano peppers we grew last summer. One add was a teaspoon of Mexican oregano. This is a keeper that we will make again. Thanks Milk Street!