Gemüse Eintopf (one-pot vegetable meal)

This is an Algerian dish which is perfect for using up an oversupply of pumpkin, of which I have a lot at the moment! It can be served chunky, or pureed. (I like it chunky.) You could add some peas towards the end of the cooking time, or some chopped leafy greens. Serve with a green salad and some crusty bread for a complete meal. Tasty and easy!


Gëmuse Eintopf (one-pot vegetable meal)

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  • Author: QuirkyJo


1 large clove organic garlic

1 medium onion

2 Tbsp fresh parsley

1 stalk of celery, quartered

1 carrot, quartered

500g potatoes, chopped in 1 inch pieces

500g pumpkin, chopped in one inch pieces

2 Tbsp vegetable stock concentrate (or 2 tsp of of chicken/ veggie stock powder)

30 (2 Tbsp) of olive oil or butter

50g water

fine sea salt & pepper to taste


1. Add garlic, onion and parsley into Thermomix (or food processor) speed 7/ 5 seconds, chop until fine.

2. If using Thermomix add celery and carrot, chop speed 5 for 3 seconds.

3. Add potatoes, pumpkin, celery, carrot, vegetable stock concentrate, oil or butter, water and salt or pepper and cook slowly until vegetables are tender (15 minutes/ 100C/ reverse speed soft)

4. Serve as is, or puree and serve as side dish.

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