"It's called bilerat stew, Zayne—it's one of the few staples we've got plenty of. Smells awful, but the thermochurns keep it good for months."
Ko Sornell to Zayne Carrick[src]

Bilerat stew was a stew prepared by the Mandalorian Neo-Crusader army that conquered the planet Halthor. A thick, green-colored dish, bilerat stew had a scent that was considered foul by most, but was easily portable and could remain preserved in thermochurns for months at a time, making it an ideal food for the nomadic Mandalorians.[1]

Following the battle on Halthor, the Devaronian Mandalorians of Clan Sornell prepared a meal of bilerat stew at their temporary home on the planet's surface. There, they dined with the captured Jedi-turned-Mandalorian conscript Zayne Carrick and former Galactic Republic naval captain, Dallan Morvis.[1] Bilerat stew became an integral part of Carrick's plans to derail a Mandalorian attack on the Jedi Enclave at Dantooine, when the young Jedi used the stew to create the illusion of an outbreak of the non-existent disease, "Jedi brain fever."[2]

Behind the scenesEdit

Bilerat stew first appeared in Star Wars canon in the second issue of John Jackson Miller's five-part miniseries, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic: War. It continued to appear in the series' third and fourth issues.


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