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    Dried Beans & Legumes

    Beans, chickpeas, lentils, split peas. [photo: Ethiopian Spicy Split Lentil Stew (Yimser Wot)]
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    Nb. The recipe calls for dry beans, I use tinned, approx. 420gr size, and if I haven’t got black-eyed I use cannelli or borlotti or any smallish white bean; cuts down on cooking time This is a vegetarian dish intended as a main meal, but it makes a great side dish as well. A good variation is to add sautéed sliced mushrooms with the onions, and I usually add garlic as well. Its good served immediately, but if you refrigerate and heat the next day its even better.

    Recipe #189033

    A simple recipe for beans, you must plan ahead for presoaking the dried beans. You could probably used tinned but it wouldn't be the same. This recipe was found on www.ivu.org, submitted by the International African Vegetarian Network and Friends.

    Recipe #456933

    This is a recipe I just tried last night for a flourless brownie. Flourless because it is made with BLACK BEANS!! Yes, that is right, black beans. I thought it would be really gross, but I thought I would give it a try anyway. This recipe is courtesy of Ania Catalano from her book "Baking with Agave Nectar : Over 100 Recipes Using Nature's Ultimate Sweetener." They are only really good when cold. When they are warm you can definitely taste the beans, but when cold you can't. Also, if you use instant coffee you might want to use a lot less than in the recipe because the coffee taste is really strong. Kids probably won't like that. My husband hates coffee and I think it was too much for him....decrease amount of coffee if you don't like it. This is from Ania Catalano's book "Baking with Agave Nectar: Over 100 Recipes Using Nature's Ultimate Sweetener."

    Recipe #302143

    I made this in a cooking class at Leith's in London. It's a very simple rice that always turns out like the rice served in Thai restaurants in London.

    Recipe #90126

    A great sounding recipe from TOH that I am posting for ZWT 6. The description states: You’ll love the great flavor and easy preparation of Trisha Kruse’s fresh side dish. The Eagle, Idaho cook tosses bright green beans in a sweet sauce with a subtle kick.

    Recipe #423141

    A spicy pea puree, goes very well with hot Injeera. Cooking time does not include soaking time for the peas.

    Recipe #184005

    I'm always looking for new vegetarian dinners. This is a pretty simple recipe, but the key is to get the avocado and mango at just the right ripeness...Years ago I used to eat at a restaurant that had a killer black bean quesadilla that they served on a blue corn tortilla. I've looked everywhere for blue tortillas for this recipe because I think it would really make the ingredients stand out, but for now it works pretty well with a regular flour tortilla.

    Recipe #483827

    5 Reviews |  By Tisme

    A recipe I found from Heinz. A great different way to make savoury scrolls, and not hard at all. These are served hot but are just as nice cold and they make a great snack on the weekend. My kids even like these served warm for breakfast, topped with some grated cheese.

    Recipe #330205

    Adapted from How it all Vegan. This is really easy to throw together, provided you have the beans ready to go (or use canned). Even if you have to boil some up, dry navy beans and soy beans are pretty quick if you've soaked them for 6 hours or so. This is a less sweet version of baked beans with only a little molasses, more tomato-ey. It's satisfying and simple. If accompanied by a salad and some hearty bread it would probably be enough for 4 people. For larger portions though, I'd say more like 2 or 3, with some leftovers. The original recipe only called for 1 1/2 cups broth, I adjusted to 2 1/2, found it was too dry otherwise, but then I really like sauce so you may choose to cut that back down. I also added 1 tbsp of brown sugar, found it was just lacking a little something without it. The last adjustment was to the cooking time - originally calling for 40 mins at 350, that wasn't near enough time to even cook the onions, so I upped to 375 for an hour. (Note, prep/Cook time does not include soaking or boiling of the beans).

    Recipe #407334

    This Middle Eastern-style beef casserole is easy to prepare and makes an excellent weekend lunch or supper dish.

    Recipe #233660

    This is from a local paper, but the paper's name and date are missing from my clipping. I serve this with guacamole and salsa.

    Recipe #96200

    This is simply lean beef and kidney beans in a delicious cinnamon and cumin-scented stew, with lots of parsley and chives and a splash of lemon juice. The unusual color is from turmeric, and it's best served with rice.

    Recipe #94941

    10 Reviews |  By Bev

    When the weather gets warm, this salad becomes a regular dish on our table. A great light salad for picnics or any other summer-time occasion. I hope you will enjoy this salad as much as we do!

    Recipe #34388

    A friend of mine surprised us with this for dinner one night. She just delivered it to our door. I knew I had to have the recipe. It's such a different entree. Vegetarian and yet SO hardy! The instructions are long, but the process isn't. Don't let the length of the recipe scare you out of a delightful and interesting meal! Be sure to use your food processor to save some time!

    Recipe #123623

    31 Reviews |  By Risë

    This is SO simple, either crock pot or stovetop! A friend of mine served this a few weeks ago on a very cold Sunday and I've made it three times since! Spice it up or tone it down as you like. I like spicy foods so I add a lot of Tabasco? to my bowl! Some people like to add okra as well for the real gumbo look...I hope you enjoy this!

    Recipe #15060

    A flavorful soup that is also versatile. Different spices can be added and veggies as well.

    Recipe #334892

    Copycat of the restaurant's yummy black beans

    Recipe #443113

    This is a hearty Southern dish, easy to make and full of flavor and quite spicy! I sometimes add in cooked ground beef, you can add in some chopped cooked bacon or use spicy dryed smoked sausage to the beans for smokey flavor --- I also like to add in some Creole seasoning -- see my recipe#186029

    Recipe #143547

    serve with rice,salad and pickle.

    Recipe #303377

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