|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
21 - 30 of 417 for ham hock bean
Rinse and drain the beans thoroughly. Place them ... and discard the ham hock and bay leaf. ... served as a side dish, garnished with sour cream and cilantro.
This recipe is ... best results, soak beans the day before ... can also use the leftovers to make some really good refried beans for tacos the next day.
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!
Soak beans in 6 cups of water 12 hours in crockpot. Add remaining water and ingredients. Cook 3-4 hours.
Place ham hocks and water in ... Wash the pinto beans and add to ... and add to beans. Makes 10 one cup servings. This is easily adaptable for a crock pot.
Soak beans overnight. Heat oil, ... water. Add vegetable, ham, chicken broth, ... pepper. Garnish with onions, cheese and yogurt. Or add a splash of sherry.
Soak beans and peas in water for 5 hours. Add the rest of the ingredients to beans and simmer 3 hours minimum.
Use beans such as pinto, black bean, etc. To use part split pea, soak overnight.
Put beans in large pot. ... 2 quarts water, ham hocks, garlic and ... remaining ingredients and simmer another 1 1/2 hours. Stir frequently. Makes about 10 cups.
Heat vegetable oil ... stock and black beans (drained and rinsed, ... Add tomatillos, tomatoes, ham hock, cayenne, ground ... slices, if desired. Serves 4-6.
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