|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 beans rotel for more results.
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Sort and wash 2 cups bean mix. Place in ... soak overnight. Drain beans. Add 2 quarts water, ham, garlic, onion ... another 30 minutes, stirring occasionally.
In a 3 gallon pot, cover red beans with water and ... Add cut up ham and simmer 30 ... ingredients to beans and cook until done, about 1 hour. Makes 12 servings.
Mix dried beans: Wash and ... off excess fat. Mix all together. Add a handful of chopped parsley before serving. Makes over a gallon of soup. Freezes well.
Soak beans overnight. Cover with ... Pinto beans Great Northern beans Navy beans Lentils Split peas (yellow and green) Blackeyed peas 1 box barley pearls.
Wash and soak beans overnight; drain Put ... 1 pound diced ham, onion, garlic ... 2 quarts. For change: Add chicken instead of ham and 1/2 cup red wine.
Soak beans overnight, put ham on to cook ... Add peas, tomatoes, Rotel and seasoning. Cook all day ... with cornbread. Add water as cooking when needed.
Bring beans to a boil ... onions, potatoes, carrots, Rotel tomatoes, and tomato ... bean mixture. The ham bone, salt pork, ... add boiling water. Serves 8.
Parboil ham hock by simmering one hour. Meanwhile, soak beans in water and ... stewed tomatoes and Rotel tomatoes and chilies. Simmer until beans are tender.
Soak overnight in ... hours. Good if served with cornbread. Soak beans overnight. Add all ingredients to crockpot. Cook 8-10 hours on low or 4 hours on high.
Divide into fourteen ... wash 2 cups Bean Mix. Place in ... 2 inches above beans, soak overnight. ... stirring occasionally. Remove ham hock from soup, ... Yield 2 1/2 quarts.
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