|The Bean Harvest Cookbook|
|by Ashley Miller|
Long a favorite food for those interested in high-fiber, low-fat nutrition, beans are also an excellent source of protein.
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In a saucepan, soak the beans in 1 quart ... before serving, chop spring onions, using both ... wedges, marinated artichoke halves, and fresh basil leaves.
In a large ... skillet, add green beans, broth, 1/4 ... tender. Uncover, cook until liquid reduces slightly. Transfer bean mix to platter. Top with leeks. .
Wash and devein beans. Steam beans 6 to 10 minutes, until crisp-tender. Melt butter; mix with lemon juice. Toss with beans. Sprinkle with almonds. Serves 4.
Place navy beans, water, consomme ... ingredients. Add more water if needed. Simmer until vegetables are done. Serve with fresh bread and green salad. Serves 8.
Arrange lettuce on serving plates. Top with vegetables and fruits. Drizzle salad dressing over all. Sprinkle with sunflower seeds. Serves 6-8.
Cooking Time: 15-20 ... bowl. Now, add spring onion and green beans in to the ... well. Form the paste into round patties using wet palms. Keep them aside.
This high-protein salad ... Stir in the beans, green chilies, ... g fat; 11 mg cholesterol; 912 mg sodium; 32 g carbohydrate; 10 g fiber; 11 g protein.
Cook noodles according ... top, finishing with bean shoots and leaving ... coriander for best results although a good quality purchased stock will work well.
Put all ingredients ... strips. Chop the beans into lengthy strips. ... recipe is best made just before serving and my family enjoys it with boiled rice.
Pre-heat oven to ... Fill with borlotti beans and bake for ... completely cover with spring onions. Cover with ... cool and store or freeze. Serves 6-8.
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