butter bean

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bush bean plant cultivated especially in southern United States having small flat edible seeds

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The noodles were in a nice coconut creamy sauce, the veg was good and the butter beans, which seemed an odd addition and a starchy overload, actually blended in pretty well.
Butter beans or kidney beans can make a good substitute.
1 x 410g tin butter beans in water, drained and rinsed (cannellini beans can be substitutes for butter beans).
Curried three bean stew Serves 5 250g kidney beans, tinned 250g black eyed beans, tinned 250g butter beans, tinned 2 tbsp creme fresh 2 large red onion, sliced 2 green chilli, sliced (optional) 2 tsps garam masala 1/4 tsp tumeric 2 cinnamon sticks 1/2 tsp fennel seeds 1 cup of frozen peas 1 large carrot, diced 2 tsp garlic, minced 1 tsp grated ginger 1 fresh tomato, chopped 200g tinned tomatoes 2 tbsp sweet mango chutney 600ml vegetable stock Handful fresh coriander, chopped Salt to taste 2 tbsp cooking oil Method Pour the cooking oil in a large saucepan and heat over a medium flame.
Drain and stir in the butter beans and heat through for five minutes.
Serves 4 INGREDIENTS 1 can butter beans, 410g, drained 1 jar Peppadew peppers, use 100g, packed in brine, drained 50g low-fat soft cheese, (less than 5% fat), with garlic and herbs 1 pinch salt, and black pepper, freshly ground 8 one-inch slices French bread 8 teaspoons low-fat spread 16 individual olives, in brine 4 sprigs fresh parsley, to garnish METHOD ?
This week, I thought we'd have a go at a simple, yet terribly effective store-cupboard classic, Spanish in origin; a light stew of butter beans and chorizo.
Grilled sardines with chorizo and butter bean stew Ingredients: 100g sardines; 40g butter beans; 5g herb crust; 1 pinch parsley; 1/4 red pepper; 1/4 yellow peppers; 1/4 white onion; 1/2 portion fresh tomato fondue; 20g chorizo Method: Soak the butter beans for 24 hours, cook in seasoned water until soft and then drain of all the water (you could use tinned butter beans but for best results soak and cook dried beans).
Spicy potato, salt cod and butter bean fritters Ingredients (makes 20 fritters) 400g salt cod 200g baking potatoes peeled 3 cloves of garlic 75g tinned butter beans Small dash milk Small dash olive oil 30g plain flour - teaspoon baking powder 2 eggs separated 2 spring onions finely chopped 1 medium red chilli finely chopped Good sprig coriander roughly chopped Method 1.
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.
Cook butter beans according to package directions and drain.
Pickled garlic, kidney beans, butter beans, orange segments, prunes and pickled onions were among the other products tested.
Drain butter beans, saving the juice, and then pour all of the juice and half of the beans into the stock.
We're on a roll now, so go for a beautifully cooked slice of bacalao (cod to you and me) and giant butter beans in a lovely tomato and lemony sauce (pounds 4.
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