Bean Hotpot

Bean Hotpot created by Chickee

This was done by Karen Martini on Better Homes and Gardens. Looks like it takes a long time but is very rich looking and worth a try. The chillies she used were long ones so not that hot I suppose; I have little birdseye ones and would probably only use one.

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  • In a large stockpot, cook the chillies and capsicum in the olive oil over high heat for about 6-8 minutes, until the capsicum has blackened around the edges.
  • Add the other vegetables (from onions to garlic inclusive), and stir another 5-6 minutes on high heat.
  • Add the bay leaf and thyme and other spices and cook for another 5 minutes.
  • Add the three tins of beans and the tomatoes and tomato paste and stir well to combine.
  • Season well with salt and pepper, cover the whole mixture with water, then simmer for 30 minutes.
  • Serve over rice with diced avocado mixed with lime juice, a dollop of yoghurt, and sprinkle with coriander.
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"This was done by Karen Martini on Better Homes and Gardens. Looks like it takes a long time but is very rich looking and worth a try. The chillies she used were long ones so not that hot I suppose; I have little birdseye ones and would probably only use one."
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  1. mersaydees
    DH and I really enjoyed this! And so healthy to boot! It has all of my favorite ingredients. I used some very hot red peppers, so wished I had used some gloves when slicing! Thanks, Chickee! Made for Aussie New Zealand Recipe Swap.
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  2. Chickee
    Bean Hotpot Created by Chickee
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  3. Chickee
    This was done by Karen Martini on Better Homes and Gardens. Looks like it takes a long time but is very rich looking and worth a try. The chillies she used were long ones so not that hot I suppose; I have little birdseye ones and would probably only use one.
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