|Bean Power (Cancer Prevention Cookbook)|
|by Tamara Holt|
A guide to eating beans features eighty-five recipes (each of which follows American Cancer Society guidelines for low-fat, low-cholesterol, and h...
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You can use as much or as little of the above ingredients as desired, it all depends on the size pan you use and how much you want to make. Crumble ...
Clean and wash beans. Soak overnight. ... beef bouillon and butter. Place bacon in beans and about 2 teaspoons of the drippings. Cook 3-4 hours until done.
Cook ground beef ... tomatoes, tomato juice, beans, seasonings and ... potassium, 7 g fiber, 53 mg cholesterol; 3 g saturated fat, 2 g mono fat, 35 g poly fat.
Crumble and brown ... dish. Add onion. Microwave 15 minutes. Drain ... remaining ingredients into pinto beans. Microwave covered ... 40 minutes, 350 degrees.
Mix oil, onion ... a large bowl. Microwave on High for ... minutes, stirring constantly or occasionally. Gradually add remaining ingredients as it cooks.
Puree beans to coarse paste. ... salsa into a microwave bowl. Stir. Microwave ... temperature. Makes 3 3/4 cup. Garnish with hot peppers and serve with chips.
Preparation Time: Approximately ... on a large, microwave-safe platter. Break ... chips. Scatter the beans over the chicken ... Courtesy of Mealtime. org.
In slow cooker, ... 8 servings. For Microwave: In 1 ... through cooking. Add beans; mix well. ... bowls so individuals can create their own taco salads.
Stack tortillas; wrap ... between layers of microwave safe paper towels. ... For filling, combine beans and condensed soup. ... desired. Makes 8 servings.
In a microwave and/or oven dish ... on bottom. Put pinto beans in a food ... oven or in microwave oven until cheese has melted. Serve with tortilla chips.
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