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Old 11-12-2012, 11:35 AM
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I've been into Spanish and Jamaican food lately, so rice and beans (peas mon ) are a staple in my kitchen. I always rinse them, but can never achieve any sort of "sauce" for the beans that way. Anyone have a good black bean recipe? Both with canned and dried too.
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Old 11-12-2012, 08:39 PM
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Hi HC!

Good to see you!

The Portuguese folks near Cape Cod and Fall River area make what they call "Jag", short for "jagacida", which is rice, beans, and sausage (linguica or Portuguese chorico).

This version from Cape Verde uses black beans and looks great! http://voices.yahoo.com/cape-verde-i...00.html?cat=22

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Old 11-12-2012, 10:16 PM
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I don't know if this would be looking for. I have a recipes for black bean pizza. It has black beans chick peas, onions, Momtersy jack cheese and jallpinos. O did them all summer on the bbq. They are now going inside on the oven stone.

Is that something you might like?
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I don't know if this would be looking for. I have a recipes for black bean pizza. It has black beans chick peas, onions, Momtersy jack cheese and jallpinos. O did them all summer on the bbq. They are now going inside on the oven stone.

Is that something you might like?
I don't know about High Cheese, Andy, but it sounds different and intriguing to me!

Did you post that recipe with a picture somewhere???

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I don't know if I have a pix. All my recipes are on my PC at home. I do not yet have Internet there since Sandy. I am supposed to get it back today, I will post my Recipe and a pic if I have it.

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Yeah, but do you guys rinse black beans? The liquid inside doesn't look like the goo in other canned beans.
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HC, we cook lots of beans. The only canned beans we use are pork and beans. All others are dried beans.

My recipe: Dried black beans.
1# dried black beans
1 medium onion
2 cloves garlic
Bacon or pork jowl for seasoning.

Beans can be soaked over night or not, I don't soak.
If used, cut meat into small pieces cook in bean pot to brown.
Add onion and garlic cook until clear.
Add dry beans and cover with water.
Boil beans until tender.
The longer the beans cook the thicker the juice becomes. Or sometime I will mix flour or masa with a small amount of water to add as a thickener.
Add salt and pepper to taste. I always add the salt after cooking.

One other thing I do. When beans are cooked tender, remove some of the beans. Maybe a cup at a time, mash them real good and add back to the beans. This will make a thicker soup. CF
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Default Re: Rinse canned black beans?

HC, most recipes will tell you to drain canned beans or not, so I follow the directions.

In the "Jag" recipe I posted, they say to reserve a little of the liquid.

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why would you rinse them? do you have to be careful about sodium ?
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Default Re: Rinse canned black beans?

Well, I am put off by that goo in the can. Same with canned kidney beans. It just seems like flavorless starch to me.

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why would you rinse them? do you have to be careful about sodium ?
I always rinse that goo off. I don't even know what it is. But the stuff in the black beans look more....edible.
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Default Re: Rinse canned black beans?

I never rinse black beans from a can because all the Cuban restaurants locally seem to have a sauce that resembles the sauce in the can. One tip for good black beans...sofrito.
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