- Soups - red kidney beans taste great when combined with vegetables, mushrooms, potatoes, or cereals
- Hash browns - blend red kidney beans, add spices, herbs, egg and flour, form the shapes of hash browns and fry from both sides
- Baked - you can bake red kidney beans in the same way as ground meat, for example as lasagne or moussaka
- In sauces - red kidney beans can be a great meat replacement in sauces
- Porridge - blended red kidney beans can be used as a tasty side dish to main dishes
- Salad - cooled red kidney beans can be added into salads, which will enrich their taste
- Ratatouille with beans - prepare 300 g of beans according to instructions, roast 3 cut onions, 6 cut garlic cloves in oil, add a bigger zucchini cut into pieces, 5 cut tomatoes, 5 green peppers and 5 bouillon cubes with Provensal seasoning, steam for 10 minutes, pour into a baking tin, pour with 680 g of tomato puree and bake for 30 minutes, add beans, season with soy sauce, fill kilner jars with the mixture and bottle for 15 minutes at 80 °C
- Chilli con carne - a traditional Mexican dish will taste delicious with these beans
Red beans are also sometimes called ''chilli beans'', because they are a classic ingredient to the Mexican food called chilli con carne. In addition, they taste great when combined with spicy food. You can season them with pepper or chilli or a hot pepper. Red beans are slightly sweet after cooking and will make you feel saturated quickly. The plant comes from Central America, but today it is also cultivated in Africa.
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CompositionRed kidney beans*. May contain traces of gluten. *product of controlled organic farming
Store at relative humidity up to 70%.