|License to Cook New Mexico Style|
|by Esther Feske|
This handy book introduces the spicy cooking of the Southwest with traditional dishes, fast and easy recipes, and new creations using traditional ...
1 - 10 of 132 for cooking dried pinto beans
Start with a 1 lb. bag of pinto beans washed and picked ... of garlic powder. Cook, covered on ... with 1/4 cup cooking oil. When oil ... spicy at all. . Macias
Mix all ingredients. Cover and refrigerate 1 hour. Serve with tortilla chips. Makes 2 cups of dip.
Look the beans, wash and ... salt and pepper. Cook 1 1/2 to ... Serves 6 to 8. Can be frozen. Remove bay leaf before serving. Refrigerate any not eaten.
Cook pinto beans, add 2 ... served over white rice. Chicken breast may be used in place of ground beef. Beef sausage may be used in place of the pork sausage.
1. Wash dried beans and cover with ... soup. Heat through. Add salt and pepper to taste. 7. Serve with a sprinkling of fresh parsley and Parmesan cheese.
For 6 to ... will need: Wash dried beans and cover with ... another day. Preparation time: 20 minutes. Simmering time: 4 hours. Soaking time: beans, overnight.
Soak beans in water overnight. ... the above ingredients. Bring to boil, reduce heat and cook on low at least 3 hours or until beans are soft and creamy.
When beans are completely cool, ... to low and cook until beans reach ... flavor beans, fry 2-3 strips bacon, remove bacon and fry beans in remaining grease.
Cook beans in water. Season ... improve the whole effect. Add parsley a few minutes before serving. Serve on mounds of rice. Serves 4. A Louisiana treat!
A combination of dried beans provides the interest ... and Parmesan cheese. Good served with: Crusty French bread and a California Burgundy if you like.
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