Vegan Irish Stew is a delicious dish of chunky vegetables and succulent mushrooms wrapped in a delicious gravy sauce and infused with Guinness and delicious herbs!
Patrick’s Day (or any day) bring a warm and comforting bowl of delicious vegan Irish Stew made with premium, healthy ingredients and herbs!
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Why We Love This Recipe!
- A simple one-pot recipe that makes preparation and clean-up a breeze!
- This veggie-packed food-based Irish stew makes a healthy addition to your diet.
- This recipe is perfect for any type of cooking (new to being a chef) and uses easy-to-find, everyday ingredients!
- Aromatics—usually a combination of onions, celery, carrots, and garlic—make a great base for the stew’s taste, texture, and color.
- Mushrooms – Mushrooms are meaty and rich in vitamins, making them an excellent substitute for meat often found in Irish stews.
- Potatoes – For more flavor you can use your favorite potatoes or whatever you have on hand. We recommend red, white or Yukon as it will hold its shape as it cooks. And you don’t have to strip it!
- Guinness – we love the pungent smell of a bottle of black bear added to the stew. You can skip the beer and use vegetable broth or water if you prefer.
- Vanilla – A simple blend of vanilla, thyme and rosemary. Available both fresh and dry. We use fresh herbs and after cooking we remove all the stems.
- Flour – We use whole wheat flour, but whole wheat, wheat flour, or buckwheat flour works as well.
Adjusting For Dietary Restrictions
- Gluten-Free: To make the Guinness Casserole recipe gluten-free, use a 1-to-1 GF flour mix or oatmeal.
- Gluten Free: Use canned pumpkin puree, pumpkin puree, or mashed potatoes instead of tomatoes. Use white potatoes or Jerusalem artichokes instead of potatoes.
- Fat Free: Always use water instead when sautéing.
How To Make Vegan Irish Stew
Irish Stew is easy to make!
A quick look at the steps with pictures to use (note: recipe below):
- Start by sautéing the onion, celery, carrot, garlic, and mushrooms.
- Add the flour and mix until the vegetables are incorporated and no flour remains.
- Add potatoes, tomato paste and herbs. Pour
- Guinness and vegetable broth, mix well and simmer for 30 minutes.
- That’s it – super easy and 100% delicious!
How To Store
- Refrigerator: Desserts can be stored in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5-6 days.
- Freezer: Vegan Irish Stew is freezer-friendly for up to 2-3 months. Allow to cool completely to freeze and refrigerate for safe storage (link). Defrost overnight in the refrigerator before reheating.
- Reheat: When the oven temperature is low.
- Alternatively, heat covered in the microwave for 2-3 minutes, stopping every 30-60 seconds.
Serve this vegan Guinness Irish Stew with noodles, quinoa, farro, or cauliflower purée. Or enjoy a bowl of casserole with a side of artisan bread to soak up the juices.