|Beans (Gourmet Pantry)|
|by Sandra Gluck|
One of the building blocks of classic dishes, beans are the scrumptious focus of this new title in the innovative Gourmet Pantry series.
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Place ham hocks, onion and ... are tender. Add pinto beans and water as ... like thick bean soup, but I feel this greatly enhances the flavor. Serves 6-8.
Boil pinto beans, medium chopped onion and a couple smoked ham hocks. When the ... in your soup. If it is a little bland add some ham soup base for taste.
In a pot, ... meat. Pick over beans, removing imperfect ... into the dumplings. (It will be crispy like a cracker but with the taste of cornbread.) Enjoy!
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 the beans and soak overnight. ... oven and cover with water. Add remaining ingredients and simmer until tender. Add salt to taste and water if needed.
Combine and divide ... Place 2 cups bean mix in pan ... Drain and combine beans, salt, 2 quarts water and ham. Cover and ... 30 minutes. Stir occasionally.
Place ham hocks and water in ... pot. Wash the pinto beans and add to ... to beans. Makes 10 one cup servings. This is easily adaptable for a crock pot.
Sort and wash beans, rinse then ... lower to simmer immediately. Check water during simmering. When done, add salt (1 to 2 teaspoons) and oregano to taste.
Soak dried pinto beans in cold water ... a very heavy pot mix all ingredients together. Cook until beans are tender. The broth will thicken as it cooks.
In large pot, ... first hour, remove ham hocks, strip meat ... continue simmering until beans are tender, adding ... Serves a lot of people. Freezes well.
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