This pinto bean soup gets its rich, hearty flavor from an ancho chile puree. The ancho is a dried poblano pepper. As the poblano is left to ripen on the plant, it develops a sweet flavor with mild to medium heat. Dried, it looks dark in color, wrinkled, and heart-like in shape. When rehydrated, the chiles […]
Our white bean soup with kale is substantial enough to be a meal on its own. We use dried beans in this recipe which take longer to cook, but the results are well worth the effort. We start by sautéing onions, carrots, and celery to bring out their sweetness. As the beans slowly cook along […]
This creamy hummus gets its deep, rich flavor from roasted peppers and garlic, and we added just enough cayenne pepper to give it a little kick of heat. Not only is it delicious, but it’s a powerhouse of healthy ingredients. Try serving this with fresh vegetables and our flatbread turned into chips.
Pinto beans and corn go hand in hand in this easy barbecue side, but the mandarin oranges are my favorite part of this pinto bean salad. They add a delicious, sweet flavor to the vinaigrette, made with red wine vinegar, lime juice, cilantro, and olive oil. It’s one of my husband’s favorite salad recipes. He […]