cooking: Beans Beans The Musical Fruit
[Cooking] Tbh I rarely distinguish between different types of beans when I'm cooking - if they're all canned, you should be able to use them all in the same way. Just make some different combinations and see which you like best.
[Food News] Meatless recipe: Slow cooker white beans | MNN - Mother Nature ...: Honestly, the hardest part of this recipe is remembering to soak the beans the night before. I’ve been meaning to attempt this method of cooking dried beans in the slow cooker for a while now, but kept forgetting to do the easiest part the night before.
[A Single Serving] Cooking dried beans « A Single Serving: My pantry is almost never without canned beans either: black beans, navy beans, cannellini beans, pinto beans, and garbanzo as the basics, but those are more for when I’ve not planned ahead or for emergency use. There are huge differences in the taste and, particularly, the texture of canned beans, so you’ll want to explore using different brands for the “emergency”
[Smells Like Home] Vegetarian Lentil and Black Bean Soup: Is your pantry as neurotically stocked as mine is? I’ll bet some (most?) of you always have some type of canned tomato, canned or dried bean (which may or may not be stored with the popcorn), 3 or 4 different types of vinegar (I compulsively keep 7), and too much dried pasta to feel like you’ll ever use. However, when it really comes down to it, you know that pulling together a meal directly from the pantry isn’t ridiculously out of the question.
[The Just In Case Book Blog] Canning dried beans « The Just In Case Book Blog: I made two mistakes: one was that I filled the jars with too many beans (I had already soaked them and figured they were pretty well plumped, but there was more plumping to go), and the other was that I processed it at too high pressure, I think. Your instructions were 11 pounds at 90 minutes, but I thoughtlessly let it creep up to 15 pounds.
[Cooking | Add a Pinch | Robyn Stone] Succotash Recipe | Add a Pinch: Please visit me on Facebook and Twitter! Succotash has always been a summertime favorite with vegetables fresh from the garden or farmer's market, but now I also enjoy making it with frozen, canned, or dried beans so that I can enjoy this favorite dish year round.
[Live Lighter | Healthy Lifestyle Blog] A Souper Meal | Live Lighter: Dont be afraid to use salt, unlike canned and prepared soups which are known to be high in sodium, its an important ingredient and should be used in moderation. Soup is complete when topped with a traditional garnish like chopped parsley and freshly ground black pepper or select a garnish that offers contrasting flavor or texture to both compliment and highlight the soup like croutons for a smooth soup or sour cream for a chunky soup.
[All MNN Content] Recipe: Black Bean and Oat Burger | MNN - Mother Nature Network: I decided to use canned black beans, skip the veggies, and see what I got. I made a "black bean oat burger"
[Not a Chef?] Not a Chef? » Blog Archive » Black Bean Salad: Black Bean Salad. Posted by notachef - February 20th, 2012. 1 (15 ounce) can of black beans, thoroughly rinsed, and drained (or 1 1/2 cups of freshly cooked black beans) 1 1/2 cups frozen corn, defrosted (or fresh corn, parboiled, drained and cooled) 1/2 cup chopped green onions or shallots ... Make sure to rinse and drain the beans, if you are using canned beans. In a large bowl, combine the beans, ... by Karen Blundell (aka arwen54) · Social Widgets powered by AB-WebLog.com.
[Large Family Blog, Home School, Family Travels, Our Full House Blog] Pressure Cooking Kidney Beans - Large Family Blog | Home ...: After I removed enough beans for the chili I was making for church, I had three quart jars of beans left. I packed hot jars with beans, sealed the lids and placed them in the pressure canner with about one cup of water.
[Green Kitchen Stories] Green Kitchen Stories » Bean, Tahini & Chestnut Salad: I have Veganomicon, which raves about how sprouted beans taste so much better. I follow the bean cooking instructions to a tee, but recently, add a little bit of time because…somehow, my palate does not like the taste of soaked beans.
[Bean Devin 50's blog] Simple Cooking Tips: Chefs Secrets - Bean Devin 50's blog: Nothing makes cooking more laborious then struggling to cut your meat and vegetables. You can periodically use a home sharper and most hardware store will send your knives out (I try to do this once every 2 years) to be professionally sharpened.
Posted at February 21, 2012 09:03 AM
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