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Beans Galore!

Beans Galore! created by Ramon Casha

A spicy recipe based on a variety of beans. Somewhat Mexican in style. Note: 1 day preparation only if you need to soak dried beans overnight.

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  • If using dried beans, follow the instructions for cooking (generally: rinse well, soak overnight then boil for 40 minutes). I like to leave them slightly undercooked so that there's some bite.
  • Chop the chorizo sausage into small chunks.
  • Mix the cooked beans, sweet corn, tomato sauce, cajun spices and chorizo, and cook in a pan for 5 minutes to heat it thoroughly and mix in the spices.
  • Remove from the flame and add the amaretto, and mix together.
  • You can serve in tortilla pancakes, as a side dish, as a dip or in sandwiches. Keeps well in fridge and can be frozen. You can try other bean varieties - I used black beans, black-eye beans, kidney beans as well as lentils.
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"A spicy recipe based on a variety of beans. Somewhat Mexican in style. Note: 1 day preparation only if you need to soak dried beans overnight."
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  1. Wild Thyme Flour
    I didnt make this myself but ate it at a party and liked it.
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  2. Ramon Casha
    Beans Galore! Created by Ramon Casha
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  3. Ramon Casha
    A spicy recipe based on a variety of beans. Somewhat Mexican in style. Note: 1 day preparation only if you need to soak dried beans overnight.
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