|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
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Place ham hocks, onion and ... tender. Add pinto beans and water as ... look like thick bean soup, but I feel this greatly enhances the flavor. Serves 6-8.
Soak beans in water overnight. ... draining beans. Add ham hocks, bay leaves ... Discard fat and bones. Return meat to pot. Heat through and serve immediately.
Place beans and ham hocks in crock pot ... Cover with water. Cook overnight or 6 to 8 hours on high. No need to season because ham hocks give dish flavor.
Wash and soak beans 2-3 hours, or ... thoroughly, then add ham hocks, herbs, and ... hours or until tender. Serve with rice, green salad and corn bread.
Let beans soak overnight. Chop ... fry lightly with ham hocks, bay leaf ... taste. Cook on low 4-5 hours or until mushy. Serve over rice with green onions.
Wash and soak beans 2-3 hours or ... thoroughly, then add ham hocks, herbs, onions. ... ham hocks over top. Serve with rice potato salad and corn bread.
Soak lima beans in water for ... are soaked, cook ham hocks for about 2 ... beans and cook slow for 2 hours. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve hot.
Cook the ham hocks in water to cover until almost tender. Add lima beans and pepper to taste. Cook until beans are tender.
In large pot put ham hocks, onions, lima beans - add water ... Slow cook. Last 2 hours add cabbage, potatoes and peas. Serve with favorite rolls or bread.
In large bowl, cover dried beans with 6 to ... large pot, place ham hock with at least ... hour or until beans and ham hock are tender. Add salt if desired.
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