UPDATED WITH NEW PHOTOS ON 3-23-2014!
I was first introduced to delicious Brunswick stew at The Brickstore Pub in Decatur, Georgia. This sweet and savory stew is hearty and filling, and the perfect recipe to come home to after a long fall day. I took this recipe and made it extra healthy by increasing the vegetable content and omitting excess sugar and butter. A side salad or kale chips make this a meal! (Mine is pictured with the seeded 7-grain bread from Clear Flour)
Slow Cooker Brunswick Stew, a healthy take on this recipe
Serves 9 (Makes about nine 1 1/2 cup servings)
- 1 pound pork tenderloin, trimmed of fat
- 1 large yellow onion, chopped
- 4 small new potatoes, chopped (I used 2 red and 2 golden)
- 1 pound package frozen lima beans
- 1 pound package frozen corn
- 1 28 ounce can whole tomatoes (no salt added)
- 2 cups chopped celery
- 2 cups low sodium chicken broth
- 1/2 cup barbecue sauce (I used Stubbs Original)
- 2 tablespoons cider vinegar
- 2 teaspoons chili powder
- Add all ingredients to a 6 quart slow cooker, stir, and cook on low for 10 hours (or high for 5-6 hours). After cooking, shred any remaining large pieces of pork and stir before serving.
Nutrition per serving (1 1/2 cups): 233 calories, 2.6g fat (0.6g saturated), 32.8mg cholesterol, 287mg sodium, 37.8g carbohydrates (5g fiber, 10.6g sugar), 18.4g protein, 6.2% Vitamin A, 37.8% Vitamin C, 6.9% Calcium, 12.1% Iron
Nutrition Facts were estimated using the following ingredients:
4 thoughts on “Slow Cooker Brunswick Stew”
That looks good. Do you know the origin of the name?
I believe it comes from the name of the town in the south. See this article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brunswick_stew#Debate_on_origins
Hi There Kellyshealthykitchen,
Thanks, on a related note, I got a slow cooker for christmas, but I have only used it three times because all these recipes are 15 ingrediants long! Anyone know any slowcooker recipes with VERY FEW ingrediants? Like, four or five or less?
I’ll be back to read more next time
The great thing about slow cookers is that you can dump a whole bunch of ingredients in and not have to worry about them individually. I put together a Pinterest page of Slow cooker recipes that caught my eye. Hopefully one sparks your interest. Good luck, and happy slow cooking! http://pinterest.com/ktoupsrd/slow-cooker/
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