Bean recipes
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Bean recipes
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:07:45 AM. Recipe ID 33901. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Bean recipes
 Categories: Vegetables
      Yield: 1 Servings
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  I'll start from scratch. Skip down if you're a good bean cooker. (I
  don't use a pressure cooker anymore since I exploded one in cooking
  beans.). Soak beans overnight. Next morning drain off the old water
  and put in fresh water to cover and cook slowly for a couple of hours
  or until the beans are tender. For black beans throw in a LOT of
  garlic. I use about 1/4 cup chopped garlic. (It's easier to use the
  pre-chopped garlic in the jar if you don't mind the oil it's in). Put
  the garlic in while the beans are cooking. After they are cooked put
  in the salt. (to taste).
  some dishes are beans and cornbread, topped with picante sauce, chili
  with black beans (and lots of the black bean juice), Moors &
  Christains--make white rice with pepper strips and onion strips and
  just about 10 minutes before the rice is done throw in some drained
  black beans, Chalupas--puree the beans and cook in a frying pan with
  some oil,more garlic, and some picante sauce. Spread mixture on
  tortillas and bake in the oven at 350 degrees. Tortillas are crispy
  after about 20 minutes if you want them open-faced. If you want soft
  tacos, take them out after about 10-15 minutes. Top with shredded
  lettuce, tomato, onion, cheese, sour cream, cilantro and more picante
  Black bean enchiladas--roll up black beans, onion, tomato, shredded
  cheese in tortillas. Make a sauce of oil, cumin, chile powder, garlic
  and cornmeal. Stir in oil for awhile till roasted and then pour in
  water or tomato juice (like you're making gravy). When it very first
  starts getting thick, pour over the tortillas and bake 350 degrees 20
  Casserole: Make rice with whatever vegetables you have (carrots,
  celery, peppers, onions, garlic). About 5 minutes before the rice is
  done throw in some drained black beans.
  You can also probably make something pretty tasty using phyllo leaves
  (strudel leaves) from the grocery store, but I don't have a recipe
  for it. Probably whole black beans, spinach, and cream cheese and
  fold the phyllo into little triangles like you're folding a flag and
  bake 350 for about 25 minutes. I haven't tried todo this one, but I
  like using phyllo leaves.
  Pretty much the black beans can be used in anythng remotely
  latinamerican. Use lots of garlic--there's no such thing as too much
  garlic. Enjoy and tell me if you have any other recommendations.

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Recipe ID 33901 (Apr 03, 2005)

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