Diverse bean recipes you won’t get bored

Bean burgers -
Combine beans, eggs, bread crumbs, and seasoning, then form into patties and cook them on a skillet!

Caramelized leek and fava bean toast - Pile toasted sourdough high with softened leeks, microgreens, and fava beans, with flavors of lemon and garlic.

Brazilian feijoada -
Black beans, pork shoulder, pork rib, and chorizo make the base for this hearty Brazilian casserole with a tantalizing aroma.

Crunchy roasted chickpeas -
These go well in dishes like tacos, salads, pastas, and they're great on their own as well!

Texas baked bean dip -
A cheesy, Texas-style dip with smoky beans, bell peppers, and bacon is sure to hit the spot.

Chana masala -
This Indian chickpea dish is traditionally made with green chilies, onion, garlic, cilantro, tomatoes, a blend of spices, and fresh cilantro.

Loaded nachos -
Pile on the beans, tomatoes, cheese, avocado, and pickled jalapeños.

Sandwich spread -
Cook beans in garlic and onion, adding whatever other spices you like, then mash them and add a creamy boost of protein to any sandwich.

Southwestern black beans -
Calorie- and cost-efficient, these beans along with jalapeño, garlic, oregano, lime juice, and cilantro are a great source of fiber and protein.

Creamy white bean dip -
You can make this beautiful dip from canned cannellini (white) beans and reduced-fat cottage cheese, for a healthier snack.

Marinated mixed beans -
Combine a mixture of herbs (mint, parsley, cilantro, chives, and/or dill) in oil, then add beans, as well as a mixture of shallot and vinegar.

White bean soup -
This soup will warm your belly and your taste buds. Try to steep the beans in broth with sprigs of rosemary and thyme for added flavor.

Mixed bean salad -
Make your salads of microgreens and fruits more hearty with the addition of really any bean you'd like.

Tomato and cannellini bean soup -
Caramelized tomatoes and beans soaked in water with onion and garlic give this dish an added flavor boost.

Bean pie -
Whether it’s a hand pie or a round dish, you can mix mashed red beans with sugar, butter, and spices for a thoroughly warming and unexpected dessert.

Chili -
Kidney and black beans shine in this cozy recipe, with the flavor punch of garlic, chili powder, cumin, smoked paprika, and oregano.

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