(I may earn a small fee if you purchase an item through a link on my blog. Thanks for visiting! 🙂 ) I made this delicious Red Lentil, Yam and Spinach Stew in the Instant Pot, but you can also make it on the stove. You can serve it over rice or eat it plain. You… Read More
I live in the Southwest so I really (really) like Mexican food. This recipe uses white beans which can be homemade or canned and green chiles which can be canned or bought fresh and roasted, peeled and diced. For simplicity, I used canned beans and canned green chiles. But it is easy enough to make… Read More
I must really like Red Lentil Soup because I keep making it different ways! This is my second version, which is a bit different from my original Red Lentil soup recipe. My newest recipe uses more potatoes, carrots and celery, less spices and no ginger. I really like the addition of more vegetables in it! If… Read More
These burgers are super easy to make and require just three ingredients (besides salt and pepper). I made them when I was in a hurry and didn’t want to take time to chop onion for my original black bean and rice burger recipe. Give them a try, they are yummy!
I bought some Navy Beans a couple of days ago at our local Natural Grocers store so I decided to turn them into a soup/stew in my Instant Pot. They turned out delicious! I like serving it over rice. Of course you could make the same recipe on your stove or in a slow cooker,… Read More
Yes, you read that right….pureed beans! Right now I can’t eat nuts or seeds and I eat soy in limited amounts so I wanted to figure out a way to get some extra protein in my morning breakfast. I came up with adding pureed beans to my hot cereal and I love it! I cook… Read More
Pureed Beans was born out of a desire to have some sort of protein that I could add to recipes that was not seeds, nuts or soy. (I don’t tolerate those foods very well.) So far, I’ve made Pureed Beans from Lima Beans (several times) and most recently from Alubia Blanca beans from Rancho Gordo. … Read More