This is from the back of the Morton's Canning and Pickling Salt box. I wouldn't generally post a canning recipe, but I personally think that Morton is a "trusted source". I have not tried this yet, but I had a request for this recipe.
I wanted to recreate a wonderful black rice desert I regularly have at Peninsula in Minneapolis. Although I found other versions5, I wanted a "fast" version (that didn't require soaking). This is a dead simple version of black rice pudding I found as a post on Chowhound (posted by mcgeary). This recipe adapted from that. On that thread, they were mainly talking about Forbidden Rice, but this should be made with glutinous (sweet) black rice.
This is a modification of a really wonderful recipe, Catfish Rounds Simmered in Turmeric-Flavored Coconut Sauce (Dtom Kem Gkati Bplah Doog) which is located here: http://www.thaifoodandtravel.com/recipes/turmcatcoc.html . I modified it to use ingredients which were more readily available to me. Fresh turmeric is available at indian groceries stores and Whole Foods (where I found it). Frozen stuff works well too and you can freeze the fresh stuff if you find it. The original recipe mentions the possibility of using 3 tsp. of powdered turmeric and add an extra 1/2 tsp. of sugar. I have not tried this and they mention that it won't be as good. I also cut down on the amount of fish sauce.
A classic 3-bean salad using fresh green and wax beans.
I use Westbreae Organic Salad Beans instead of just kidney beans for the canned beans. It is a mix of kidney, pinto and garbanzo beans. I guess that makes this a 5 bean salad...
I suggest eating this on the same day. This is still tasty the next day, but the color of the green beans will change over time.
Please note that the cooking time includes the 1 hour of marinating.
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