|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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Wash beans in cold running ... sage or poultry seasoning. If you ... herbs when in season, but dry ... wonderful side dish for hot Summer night barbecues.
Black beans are high in ... then reduce pressure; season to taste and ... just for freezing, omit the seasonings and add them in while reheating, instead.
29% calorie reduction ... olive oil and seasonings; mix well. ... occasionally. Makes 6 servings. * May substitute 4 1/2 packets Equal® sweetener. Equal
Dice all vegetables ... Drain and rinse beans and corn. Mix ... refrigerator for quite a while and still taste Crisp and wonderful!! Very simple and yummy!
Separate the bacon, ... set aside. Chop red onion coarsely and ... add pork and beans, liquid smoke, ... pepper, mixing well. Season with salt to ... the top. Serve warm.
In a large ... microwave, steam green beans until crisp-tender. In ... oil, vinegar, Italian seasoning, sugar, cayenne ... shredded cheese just before serving.
Toss chicken pieces ... to pot. Add beans, corn, sugar, ... Remove from heat, add cilantro. Garnish with avocado. This is great served with tortilla chips.
Rinse beans off in sink, ... some of the lime juice. Take the chicken and put on plate. Spoon the salsa over top and enjoy. Cook time about 25 minutes.
Prepare grill for ... high heat, add beans. Cook until ... drain well. In a large bowl, toss potatoes, beans, onion, and basil with remaining dressing.
Melt butter in ... crisp-tender. Add broth, beans and hot pepper ... time as the broth. Serves 6. © 2009 and ®/™ Riviana Foods Inc., used with permission.
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