This is great dish to enjoy over rice and comes together in a short time, perfect for a week night meal. Thanks to Karin for this great recipe.
Mushroom & Butter Bean Goulash
1 tablespoon coconut oil
1 onion chopped
2 garlic cloves crushed
1 inch piece ginger grated
500g brown mushrooms chopped
2 X 410g tin chopped tomatoes
2 Tbsp vegetable stock powder
1 Tbsp honey
410g tin butter beans rinsed
Coriander to serve
- Heat the oil and fry the onion, garlic and ginger.
- Add the mushrooms and fry until tender.
- Add the tomatoes and stock and simmer for 10 minutes.
- Add the butter beans and honey and serve with chopped coriander.
It looks very satisfying and packed full of flavours…my kind of vegetarian meal!
This is a new favourite of mine too Angie. Have a super day. 🙂
Mandy this is a bowl of comfort and lucky me I have everything in my pantry to make this tonight.. Woohoo!
I do hope you enjoy Bam. Have a beautiful evening. 🙂 xo
Love the look of this and I am intrigued by the honey in the ingredients Mandy 🙂
Loved the flavours in this dish Tandy. Have a super evening. 🙂 xo
Super simple and yet it looks so heary. This looks like a delight for the kind of fall weather we’re in now. I could easily hunker down with a bowl of this by the fire – and actually not feel guilty too! Very healthy. Love it Mandy! Hope you have a wonderful week!
Thanks Kristy. Have a wonderful week too. Keep thinking about you and your plans. Exciting times. 🙂 xo
Okay Mandy, you’re making me hungry yet again girl :). This goulash looks absolutely amazing. I love the flavors. I’m usually not a fan of mushrooms, but this dish is still calling me. Love it girl.
I bet you would love the mushrooms in this Kia, its a fabulous dish. Have a beautiful day hon. 🙂 xo
Hi Mandy, beans are one of my favorite things to eat, love that you made a bean goulash.
Hope you get to make this soon Cheri. Have a wonderful day. 🙂 xo
You’ve posted some really super looking yet simple, hearty meals for us Mandy. This one is absolutely perfect for fall in Massachusetts! Our leaves are turning all sorts of beautiful orange & reds, acorns are plopping down off the oak trees like rain, and there’s a crisp bite to the air every morning.
I always like the easy recipes that produce a great result. I bet it must look beautiful this time of year with the change of season. Seems our summer is going to be hot and cold with lots of rain and wind. I can’t stop thinking about Niki’s wedding video – too beautiful for words. 🙂 xo
When the morning sun hits the maple in the back of our house it looks like the tree is on fire. I think that’s the beauty of fall in New England-all the trees just a riot of colors. Oh go ahead, get a handkerchief & watch the video again – I keep watching & cry every single time.
That sounds so beautiful! Right, I am off to watch the wedding viedo, just one more time. 🙂 xoxoxo
Oh and it sounds just great – maybe Kristy and I will make it and eat it together! Before she swans off!! c
Oh that would be fun, wish I could join you both. Have a splendid day C. 🙂 xo
Looks wonderful! Those are the bigggest butter beans I’ve ever seen!
Thanks Mimi. Love this dish. Have a super day. 🙂 xo
This looks like such a hearty dish, and I love how quick it is too- perfect for me!
I also love quick easy meals Mary. Have a super day. 🙂 xo
Quick, simple, easy, delicious and comforting meatless meal, super.
Perfectly summed up Norma. Have a beautiful week. 🙂 xo
Those butter beans look wonderful! The whole recipe does but those are speaking to me 🙂 Lovely dish!
Thanks Tricia. Have a beautiful day. 🙂 xo
Ooh yes please – you know we love our pulses and with mushrooms too….perfect!
And healthy to boot. Perfect! Have a beautiful day Tania. 🙂 xo
YUMMMmmmmy for the tummy. LOVE to you, sweet Mandy. xxxxx
Love right back to you darling Kim filled with sunshine. 🙂 xoxoxo
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Thanks so much for the re-blog! Have an awesome day. 🙂