|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
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In large pot, place beans in salted water ... add potatoes. Toast saffron on the cover ... and add to soup. Taste and ... in soup and serve hot. Serves 4.
Bring broth to ... rice. Add green beans, mayonnaise, soup and chicken. Add ... 40 minutes. (I use 2 small casserole dishes and freeze 1 for later use.)
Wash garbanzos. Soak ... water to cover beans. When ready ... potatoes, paprika and saffron. Add more ... chorizo that has been cut in thin round slices.
Soak garbanzos overnight ... water to cover beans. When ready ... the quartered potatoes, saffron and salt to ... chorizos cut in thin slices. Serves 4.
Bring water to ... medium heat. Dissolve saffron. Add bay leaf, garlic and beans. Cook for ... more hours - according to size of pieces cut.) Serves 6-8.
Preparation time: 2 ... 6. Freezable. Soak beans in plenty of ... serving. If the soup seems to be ... seasonings, if necessary, to accommodate the thinning.
Sauté garlic, onion ... oil. Add garbanzo beans with water, bouillon, ... sauce, parsley and saffron. Simmer covered ... simmer at least a few minutes.
Soak beans as directed on ... and cook the soup slowly until beans ... meat then add back to the soup. Serve with croutons, crackers or warm French bread.
Soak beans in water to ... Add to beans. Add potatoes and cabbage and salt to taste. When potatoes are done, turn off heat and add thinly sliced chorizo.
Put everything but the seasoning, chick peas and sausage into a large pot. Cover with water and cook until the potatoes are almost done. Meanwhile, ...
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