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This is a typical Catalan recipe, easy to cook but very tasty. Here you can see the ingredients and the way they are cooked and also a map with a sign pointing the country I am referring to and a person, ready to eat who is wearing the typical hat of the region.
This is a Greek Cypriot dish called Louvi. This is made with black eyed beans and spinach. Once in your bowl you add lemon juice and olive oil and it is great with fresh bread. This reminds me of my childhood days visiting family in Cyprus! Kali orexi - Enjoy!
Beans Around the World. The area known as "The Southwest" is home to the coolest flora and fauna around. And, wow! those amazing skies. But, it's hot, so you will definitely want a tasty lunch that doesn't melt you. To the rescue: black bean and corn salad! All the quintessential southwestern ingredients in a delicious combination. You can even add cheese if you prefer, but do not forget the avocado!
A traditional Bulgarian soup made of beans, onions, carrots, olive oil, herbs and spices cooked over low heat in a big clay pot.
The recipe is simple and easy to find on the internet. The magic is that each family has its own unique combination of spices and the recipe is passed on from generation to generation.
In the past it was the bean soup that gathered the family together after a hard day's work on the field.
Nowadays it is often served for dinner and loved by everyone.
This is one of my favourite beany recipes. Suitable for vegetarians also, this recipe is a great family meal. You can really use whatever beans you like, I've just illustrated a few of my favourites. (you could even use baked beans!)
Beans, Beans, Glorious Beans!! The unsung hero of the kitchen - packs such a powerful punch in every pod. My playful take on some cool bean facts - always looking for ways to make learning a little more visually appealing - especially for kids!
Beans around the world! This recipe is super quick to make, easy and also full of flavour. You can use it as a vegan pate in your sandwiches and also as a healthy snack dipping your favourite chopped veggies like carrots, peppers, celery or cucumber it goes well with everything. Perfect for a vegan potluck or any party where you have to bring some food.
You can also use it as a base and make some variations including some of the following options:
Turmeric and pepper
Oh! It's been a long time since the magical spell fell upon a tiny little bean. The tiny bean was frightened and it hid into the mud. Little did the bean knew, that it was going to sprout a revelation.
As the years passed by a mysterious land flourished to an ever enchanting bean forest, sharing its roots all over the world creating wonders in cuisines.
Now we here, are the storytellers sharing our joy of cooking without knowing the beans ancient secret spell -
"Bean Oh Bean!
Tiny Oh Mighty!
Bloom and Rise,
Go make every bowl tasty!
The idea behind the illustration was to represent the beans within an enchanted forest were every space we look, we can find a bean in it.
Beans Around The World.
I've been waiting for an idea that would fit into a rotated format, and this recipe fits the bill! This is a dish that I've made several times, and each time I put in too much cayenne pepper (or perhaps I substituted habanero pepper, but that's another story). Anyway, I always have to go into "remedy" mode by adding peanut butter, sugar, and then doubling (ok, usually tripling) the remaining ingredients to cut the heat. So now I think of those steps as part of the recipe! However, it leaves me with plenty of leftovers to freeze. "Gold in the freezer", says my sister about leftovers.