One word describes these baked beans-WOW! A co-worker brought them to a gathering and by the time I went for seconds they were gone. Good thing she passed around the recipe! The baking time may be long but they are well worth waiting for.
These are a lot more interesting than plain roasted or jacket potatoes. They're perfect to serve with a roast and easy to do. As the potatoes cook the slices fan out so, as well as tasting great, they look pretty too!
Addictive and extremely healthy! Sometimes you can find sprouted lentils or bean medley in the higher-end markets, but you can sprout your own!
TO SPROUT LENTILS: Measure about 6 to 8 tablespoons and soak them in plenty of water to cover overnight. The next morning, drain and rinse, and put them into a wide mouth jar covered with cheesecloth and secured with a rubber band. Lay the jar on its side and cover with a towel. Set aside on the kitchen counter to sprout for the day, rinsing them once or twice and draining them thoroughly. If the weather is cold, they may take a little longer to sprout. Rinse them and leave them until the next morning when you'll notice each lentil has sprouted a little tail. They will now be ready to enjoy.
Time estimate does not include sprouting time. NOTE: Recipe yield updated to more accurately reflect reviewer's comments. Thanks!
I wanted to roast shallots the other day and found this recipe on the back of the package. I'm so glad I tried it, it smells wonderful too! We had it with roast chicken, but I'm sure it would go equally well with roast lamb or beef.
A snazzy way to play with avocados *UPDATE* Some have said it's kinda mild and I agree. I came up with this originally for a cpl. fambly members who like it that way. BUT, I just now (02/24/2012) added the creole seasoning to help perk it up a bit. I hope this helps some of ya'll to enjoy it more and for those that like it mild just kinda ignore the creole addition. Have a good day peeps.