|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
Tip: Try bean salsa for more results.
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Layer ingredients with ... salad, then corn, beans, tomatoes, and ... Make your own salsa by adding pineapple, ... healthier ingredients from the market.
Spray large non-stick ... pink. Stir in salsa, tomatoes, tomato ... occasionally. Stir in garbanzo beans and bell pepper; ... heated. 6 (1 1/2 cup) servings.
Heat nonstick sauce ... done. Stir in salsa, tomatoes, tomato ... occasionally. Stir in garbanzo beans and bell peppers, ... thoroughly heated. 6 servings.
Low Cholesterol. Makes ... tuna, onions and salsa until combined. To ... tacos, along with garbanzo beans, tomatoes and ... if soft tacos are preferred.
Spray large nonstick ... pink. Stir in salsa, tomato and ... occasionally. Stir in garbanzo beans and bell pepper. ... thoroughly heated. 6 (1 1/2 cup) servings.
Into a large ... juice; stir in salsa, oil, chili powder. Add beans, celery, onion ... room temperature or cover and refrigerate to serve chilled later.
Spray large nonstick ... carrot and garlic; cook and stir until chicken is no longer pink. Stir in salsa, tomatoes, tomato sauce, chili powder and cumin.
In a large bowl, combine taco seasoning mix with salad dressing. Add remaining ingredients and toss. Chill before serving. Serves 8.
About 30 minutes ... juice. Stir in salsa, salad oil, ... and salt. Add beans, celery, onion ... to serve chilled later. Makes 10 accompaniment servings.
In a large bowl combine the first 5 ingredients. Then add the remaining ingredients and refrigerate until serving time. 10 3/4 cup servings.
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