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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 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
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.
I've been a vegetarian more of my life than not, and I LOVE chili with lots of delicious, nutritious beans and spicy ingredients. I also love the nostalgia of vintage slow cookers, and memories of delicious smells in the kitchen for hours when I was growing up.
The burst of flavours from the Rajma combined with steaming hot long grain rice is the kind of stuff where gastronomical pleasure meets your fondest childhood memory of mom made food. For an Indian child, A hot bowl of Rajma curry made with red kidney beans, cooked with an array of masalas with rice hits as close to home as possible, wherever in the world he is.
No one likes reading an essay while cooking! And for me the measurements were always more like guidelines, so I created this recipe format, for like-minded chaotic cooks.
Homely, filling, scrumptious and MESSY! Not a recipe for those who cringe from dripping food and chaotic kitchen counters. Best devoured asap after cooking!
Something my Dad used to throw together for me when I was a kid (though with about 12x the amount of cheese). I've revived it as a staple lunch in my adult life... but it's never quite as good as his...
You might think beans would taste funny in a smoothie, but they don't! Beans add a rich, filling, blast of fiber and protein! This is my favorite post-workout recovery drink. You can also try a chocolate smoothie with black beans!
This is an Italian classic. Almost every mum in Italy has her own recipe for pasta and fagioli. I love it bacause we use all the different kind of leftover pasta we can find in her cupboard, so it is an Italian way to avoid waist of food: eating!!!
In my family we make it without cheese nor ham, so it is a yummy vegan version! My mamma uses blackeyed beans. I can feel her fresh toush when she puts parsil and olive oil at the end: the smell is unique.
I really love her elegant version of this amazing recipe!
Beans Around The World.
My aunt lived in Panama for a couple of years in the 1970's. When she returned, she brought back amazing sandstone carvings and molas. As I was looking at Google images of Panama, I realized how much the area changed since she was there. So I decided to draw my interpretation of a modern mola, using various buildings as a backdrop.
The buildings illustrated (yes, I used some artistic license) are: 1) The rooftop ramp is Frank Gehry's Biomuseo; 2) The spice grinder/spewer is the W Hotel Panama; 3) The mandolin slicer/chopper is Central Tower; and 4) The circular slide is F & F Tower. I loved the idea of combining a kitchen with a playground, which is how I think of my kitchen.