1 cup dried red kidney beans 1 cup dried chick peas 1 cup dried black-eyed beans
4 oz butter 2 oz plain flour 1 pt stock (any flavour) 1 medium red onion (diced) 1 medium white onion (diced) 1 fresh chilli (chopped) 2 cloves fresh garlic (chopped) 2 medium carrots (diced) 1 tsp chilli powder 1 tsp ground coriander 1/2 tsp turmeric Salt and black pepper 1 x 10 oz yoghurt or soured cream 1/2 cup fresh coriander and parsley (chopped)
, chick peas, borlotti, kidney and pinto beans work well in casseroles.
and chickpeas also showed a marked improvement.
WHAT YOU SHOULD NOT EAT: Chicken, corn, cornmeal; wheat, rye, buckwheat; lentils; peanuts and peanut butter; sesame seeds; tomatoes; soya; adzuki beans, black beans, black-eyed beans
, pinto beans; cashews, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, pistachios; olives, radishes; avocados.
Traditional/symbolic foods eaten include apples, honey, round challah bread, dates, black-eyed beans
, leek, spinach, pomegranates, gourd, etc.
Brussels sprouts, potatoes, okra, curly kale, cabbage, nori seaweed and carrots are all good sources of fibre, and so are beans and pulses, such as red kidney beans, baked beans, broad beans, butter beans, green beans, chickpeas, green lentils and black-eyed beans
NEPALESE POTATO & BAMBOO SHOOT CURRY -- A lightly spiced curry of potatoes, black-eyed beans
& bamboo shoots.
Even for the inexperienced cook, here you will learn about how best to use Africa's best loved foodstuffs, such as cassava, yam, black-eyed beans
, pumpkin leaves and corn, to make both savoury and sweet snacks--snacks like you have never tasted before.
Ms Ibia has cooked up traditional dishes like joll of rice, rice and peas, lamb stew and black-eyed beans
for the match.
KIDNEY, borlotti and black-eyed beans
lower cholesterol, stabilise blood sugar and help fight obesity - all life-extending attributes.
The company has already successfully combined borlotti and black-eyed beans
with sweetcorn kernels, chilli jam and sundried tomato paste before roasting to produce mouth-watering flavours.
Scientists at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Trombay, India, used a [gamma]-ray beam to irradiate mung beans, chickpeas, black-eyed beans
, and red kidney beans.