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    Make a meal of these beans by serving them with fresh, baked biscuits or warm buns. You could also serve them as a side dish for such things as barbecued ribs. These beans require a slow cooker with a 4.5 litre to 6.5 litre capicity.

    Recipe #440863

    Very easy, I think it tastes best when cooked slow and I found with my slow cooker I had to cook for an hour or two longer than the recipe says. My hubby loves this recipe! If you have used up all the reserved fluid and need extra fluid while cooking, in particular when on high, use up to 1/2 cup of tomato juice. Prep time does not include the bean soak.

    Recipe #341593

    This is an exceptional recipe! I don't like black beans... well, I thought I didn't like black beans, until I made this recipe. Wow! I love black beans! This is a recipe from "The New James Beard", with quantities cut in half for a serving of 6 people, instead of the original 12. I hope you like it! (Preparation time includes preparing from dry black beans)

    Recipe #98045

    A refreshing, flavorful salad with just a hint of smokiness. My 3 year old and I were looking to make a quick and healthy lunch with what we had on hand. This was the tasty result. We've been experimenting with garbanzo beans (chickpeas) over the last year and she giggles whenever we eat them because her pronunciation is "chickie-peas". Since she helped create this dish and then had two helpings, I named it after her. :)

    Recipe #423656

    These are a low-fat, good-for-you cookie that you can eat for breakfast or feed to your kids without guilt!

    Recipe #446379

    This unique salad recipe, from the Cook's Colour Treasury, begins with dried kidney beans and finishes with the accents of cinnamon and savory. This recipe was lovingly adopted, after being posted in the Topic of the Month forum by John DOH (chef #308515), during the January 2011 Beans and Lentils event. After making this recipe myself, I have only a couple adjustments that I'll make in the future. I'll leave out the cinnamon, as my family simply doesn't enjoy cinnamon in savory dishes and that turns out to be true for this recipe as well. Other than that, it's a very enjoyable salad. I had matchstick carrots that I used instead of a whole one and I sliced the olives and added that to the instructions, but feel free to put them in whole if you'd prefer. I also cut back on the oil (noted in recipe) and the amount was fine. :)

    Recipe #446457

    Start this recipe the day before to soak the beans and allow for a long, slow cook time. This recipe was lovingly adopted, after being posted in the Topic of the Month forum by John DOH (chef #308515), during the January 2011 Beans and Lentils event. I've just tested this recipe and it is very good! Made just as written, except I had to use ham hocks and add about two cups of water to cover them. The cook-time went up to 5 hours to reduce the extra liquid, but it was so worth the wait! The amount of sweet is just perfect in this hearty side dish. :)

    Recipe #446460

    This is a recipe from the Coup de Pouce. This is an express recipe.

    Recipe #289404

    9 Reviews |  By Tuli

    Just enough sweet with spice to make your taste buds come to life.

    Recipe #135561

    I tried Kashi black beans and mango salsa, and have thought about making some ever since. So here is a Caribbean version. To be really healthy, saute vegetables in water or other liquid, or you may use the olive oil. Your choice! Enjoy! Recipe is from Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease by Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr., M.D.

    Recipe #452664

    This is something I came up with when I wanted to use some dried beans but didn't want to have the same old baked beans. I added the barley to get more healthy grains into my family, knowing the color of the black beans would mask it. There are only 4 of us so we ended up having over half of this left after dinner. The leftovers worked great for burrito filling and a vegetarian topping for nachos.

    Recipe #280686

    Very quick, healthy and tasty main or side dish. Use the rice of your choice.

    Recipe #389945

    Perk up that same old boring dinner with these sweet and jazzy "baked" beans! Everything is done on the stove top using pantry staples and a few fresh ingredients for a FAST and simple prep yet a HOMEMADE look and taste! The leftovers freeze very nicely too, turning this into an OAMC dish too! Created for RSC 10. Good luck to all participants!

    Recipe #243343

    Plain and simple comfort food. Not to mention very economical! Black eyes are one of my favorite things to grow in the garden. I think every Southerner knows you have to eat Black-eyes on New Years but we love them any day of the year. They make a fantastic meatless meal if you leave the bacon out or a meal with less meat with it in. These are amazing served with fresh sliced tomatoes and hot cornbread with melting butter. A heavenly meal for a Texan, a Southerner or anyone who can enjoy a meal that doesn't necessarily include a big hunk of meat. I have even done this with no meat at all and it was just as delicious.

    Recipe #312147

    These are addictive little snacks. Crunchy and flavorful BUT actually good for you too! The spicier you get these the better imho! Plus, spicy foods are supposed to increase your metabolism! A reviewer said these made their mouth dry- Guess they might also increase my water intake! :) Make sure to get them good and dry before baking and they will cook more quickly.

    Recipe #331939

    My friend Brandon gave me this recipe. It is everything I could want in a recipe: quick, easy, cheap, nutritious, and super delicious. You can add extra spices (curry powder, etc.) if you like. Serve with rice and/or naan.

    Recipe #449812

    This recipe has been with me a long time.It was from a Junior league cookbook from somewhere !! It is hearty and so tasty. You can cook this in a slow cooker all day on low if you wanted to.

    Recipe #293942

    A basic dried bean recipe for the slow cooker. Seasoned with smoked turkey pieces, this is a lower fat recipe with plenty of flavor.

    Recipe #302576

    Quick, easy recipe we make on a regular basis. My 16yr old son is learning to cook and the slow cooker has been great for him to learn and put together his own ideas. (No Peppers or Onions is his one basic rule!)

    Recipe #445668

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