Black beans mingle with onions, peppers, garlic, cornmeal, and spices in this tasty taco filling. Try it in burritos or as a dip for tortilla chips. No black beans? Red, pink, or pinto beans are great subs.
A comforting bean soup with spicy sausage and leafy kale. Easy to put together and delicious on a cold winter’s day. You can substitute other sausage, onion instead of shallots, and other greens for the kale, and it will still be tasty!
You can prepare this flavorful fava bean salad made with tomatoes, onion, and cucumber tossed with fresh parsley, lemon juice and olive oil in minutes. Makes a great, simple, side dish for traditional Middle Eastern meals.
Similar to minestrone, this soup incorporates cooked shell pasta and kidney beans in chicken broth with spinach, tomatoes and red bell pepper for a low-fat meal.
This highly seasoned kidney bean soup with ham and andouille sausage is served garnished with cooked white rice and chopped green onions.
Boneless, skinless chicken meat is combined with pinto, black, kidney and ranch-style beans in this soup with hominy which calls for packets of taco seasoning and ranch dressing mix.
I have yet to meet a child or adult who doesn’t lick their bowl after eating this. A delicious tomato based turkey sausage and bean soup. Very simple and can be ready to eat in minutes or cook for hours. Make a double or triple batch and freeze your leftovers. Serve with a fresh salad and buns for a perfect Sunday lunch or savory dinner.
This hummus comes with raves attached to it. Everything goes into the food processor and is swooshed into a fabulous consistency. Try it with some toasted pita bread.
White beans, cannellini or navy, and chicken broth form the base of this soup made with fresh kale and tomatoes.
A savory kale, white bean, and potato soup, seasoned with fresh herbs, and one spicy red chile, is delicious and wholesome.