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Beans Around The World. It’s a energy fueling meal in a bowl ! Add your own special touch with extra ingredients,(Celery? Cilantro? Onion?) make it spicy, add your favorite herbs, or switch out the dressing. It’s easy, naturally gluten free, & protein packed 👍
Entry for the Beans Around the World Contest
My Aunt Dianne is famous in our family for making the most delicious Southern pinto beans. When I asked her for her recipe, I was shocked to find out that the dish was so simple; just put a few ingredients in the slow cooker and let them cook through a busy day. These comforting, savory cooked beans are the perfect main dish for a winter weeknight alongside some salty, buttery cornbread. They're also a super satisfying source of fiber, iron, and protein.
I created this illustration from Aunt Dianne's recipe in watercolor, pencil, and digital media. My mom Shelley and I created the hand lettering together with watercolor and digital media.
For Beans around the world contest - Red Kidney beans in Indian style gravy
The word ‘Rajma’ means Red kidney beans in Hindi and ‘Chawal’ refers to Rice. This spicy red kidney bean dish cooked in tomato gravy is eaten with hot steamed rice; hence - the name. Rajma Chawal is a staple in every Indian household, not to mention that it is also one of the most popular and the most favorite vegetarian dishes of the Indian community.
Red beans are used as a mixture of sweet foods in various countries, such as bread stuffing, dorayaki, or mochi. While in Indonesia, beans which are often called red beans are also often processed into soups to the ice menu which is a typical drink of Palembang, South Sumatra. Besides being fresh, red bean ice also has many benefits. This is because the nutritional content in red beans is useful to ward off free radicals, healthy digestion, optimize brain function, increase body energy and much more.
Beans Around The World.
This recipe is for cowboys all around the world! Twice I attended a concert by the Mongolian Throat Singers. Each time I was surprised to discover how familiar the songs were. Turns out they were singing about Mongolian cowboys! I guess all cowboys share a certain culture.
My inspiration for this chili came from a recipe for prairie beans that I thought originated from my great-aunt. However, I have since discovered "her" recipe (also known as pioneer beans or cowboy beans) all over the internet...for good reason, because they are very tasty. I hope you will think my chili is tasty, too.
My mom makes this chili for many of our family gatherings, and it's so tasty that we all take some home with us (only if there's any left!). It's a delicious and filling recipe, and very simple, too! You can also used canned beans, if desired. : )
It’s so important it is to know what is in our food and have control over what we put into our bodies. Cooking the whole food way doesn’t have to be time consuming or difficult. I wanted to illustrate how simple it is to cook dried beans from scratch. I created storybook style characters both to engage the viewer but also to reinforce that message of simplicity. Also a fun and healthy way to introduce children to cooking.