The Rovers attacker has been on both sides of the fence having been with the Clarets on loan earlier in the season although he had no involvement in the December draw at Turf Moor.
Now at Rovers, Stewart played a key role in laying on the pass that found it's way to David Dunn to score a dramatic late equaliser, a goal that he felt was fully deserved for their never-say-die spirit.
"We knew that we could get back into the game," Stewart told Radio Rovers. "They went to ten men and that gave us the initiative to push on.
"We kept knocking on the door, we kept trying to play, we didn't really panic, but as time goes on you do start to think if that goal is going to come .
"Luckily for us it did and I think we deserved that. The lads are delighted and I'm sure that point is a very good point for us. I really enjoyed that moment when the goal went in, the place erupted."
Rovers are back in action on Good Friday when Blackpool are the visitors to Ewood Park.
Tickets are on open sale for this match and are priced at £19 Adults, £12 Seniors and £7 Juniors.