|Bean Power (Cancer Prevention Cookbook)|
|by Tamara Holt|
A guide to eating beans features eighty-five recipes (each of which follows American Cancer Society guidelines for low-fat, low-cholesterol, and h...
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Fill a blender ... onion and drained black beans. Process until ... garnished with slices of jalapeno, if desired. May also be used as a base filling in tacos.
Add everything together ... cooks down and dip gets thick and ... day. This is my family's favorite and they ask me to make it every occasion they have.
Combine all ingredients, ... times, leaving the dip chunky. Some diced ... Vitamin A, 1.1mg Vitamin C, 1.4IU Vitamin D, less than 1mg iron, starch 2.2g
Heat beans over the stove; ... sour cream. Garnish with diced green onions. Serve immediately with tortilla chips. Makes enough, as an appetizer, for 3-4.
Place black beans in a colander- ... wrap. Refrigerate overnight. Before serving let bowl sit at room temperature 45 minutes. Serve with dip chips and enjoy.
In a blender, combine the black beans, broth, cumin, ... and add chilies, bell pepper and cilantro. Mix well and serve with tortilla chips. Serves 4 to 6.
Drain black beans. Pour into ... Bake at 350°F for 30 to 40 minutes. Cover with shredded cheese and heat until melted. Serve hot with tortilla chips.
To cook black beans: Put 1 ... beans and mix with 1 cup fresh salsa for bean dip. Serve with tortilla chips, fritos or something crunchy - not potato chips.
In a blender or food processor, puree beans. Add chili powder and cumin. Blend. Makes 1 cup.
In blender or food processor, combine beans onion (save a ... Serve with bean dip. Fresh assorted raw vegetables can also be used. No fat and delicious.
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