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MCS 04-03-2012 21:23

Chili Bake with Black Soy Beans
 
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So I bought all these cans of Black Soy Beans and trying to come with some recipes for them I made this last night, a winner and a keeper.

2 lbs ground meat
1 can Black Soy Beans
Onion sliced
Plubono pepper sliced
Green pepper sliced
Garlic, minced
Large jar of LC pasta sauce
1/2 cup of Parmesan cheese shreds
1 cup of mazz cheese shreds
1/2 cube of cream cheese

I browned the meat and drained the fat, don't like HB fat for some reason. I then added 1/2 stick of butter and everything else but the pasta sauce and cheeses. Waited till all was pearled then added the cream cheese, pasta sauce and mixed well. I took the Parmesan cheese and mixed it into the dish and layered the mazz cheese on top, baked at 350 till it was golden brown. It was really good.

If you haven't seen Black Soy Beans yet here is the nutritional info. I may try a mashed bean dish with bacon and cheese next time.

foxl 04-03-2012 21:30

Be careful with cooking times and mashing, Marty! Once they are re-heated, they spike me ... (of course, it IS ME, but I can eat them barely warmed thru!).

moon 04-03-2012 21:47

Thanks for this. I bought a case of these before I left CA and they're awaiting my return. The more recipes the merrier!

MCS 04-03-2012 21:54

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Originally Posted by foxl (Post 90376)
Be careful with cooking times and mashing, Marty! Once they are re-heated, they spike me ... (of course, it IS ME, but I can eat them barely warmed thru!).

Wasn't sure how much cooking these could take before they start to turn the fiber into digestable carbs. I always try to add my beans at the end and like you say just heat them up a bit. These sure look like they would mush down in the food processor right out of the can, then add some cheese and bacon bits.


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