|The Cook's Problem Solver|
|by Helen Kowtaluk|
This basic book addresses more than 500 common cooking problems, and is organized to help the chef find solutions quickly and easily.
Results 1 - 10 of 102 for cooking frozen lima beans
Fry out chopped ... as needed during cooking to keep meat ... sausage for the meat, collards for the escarole, and black-eye peas for the cannellini beans.
For 4 servings you will need: Cook the lima beans as directed on ... advance, cover and refrigerate until you are ready to bake. Add minutes to baking time.
Fry the bacon. Drain the beans, cut the ... and all the other ingredients to the beans. Blend well. Bake in a large casserole at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
Saute the onion ... mix in the beans. Add the ... the rice and cook over low heat for about 20-30 minutes. May be served with any kind of meat. Serves 3-4.
If using dried lima beans, soak beans ... onion and pepper. Cook until tender and ... Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour. Can be made a day ahead and rebaked.
Cook lima beans, drain. Simmer ... on all sides. Cut up. Add meat to beans. Stir in remaining ingredients and mix. Bake uncovered 1 hour at 400 degrees.
Sauté onion in ... and combine with lima beans and bacon. Add ... casserole. Top with cheese slices and heat until bubbly, uncovered, at 350°F.
Have this salad ... overnight. 1. Combine lima beans, tuna, celery, ... FOR 2 SERVINGS: Half of the ingredients. FOR 8 SERVINGS: Double the ingredients.
Drain beans, cover with ... rice (with a crisp, green salad). Serves 6-8. Variation: Serve with couscous and cauliflower marinated in vinaigrette dressing.
Cook lima beans as directed. Mince ... cream. Add to cooked, drained beans. Add sherry; sprinkle paprika on top. Heat in 350 degree oven, about 20 minutes.
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