Beans are a good plant-based source of protein that’s also high in healthy nutrients and dietary fiber. Yet, despite being inexpensive, many of us avoid them due to an unpleasant side effect of eating legumes: gas. Read more now to find out how to prepare and cook dried beans to make them easier to digest.
These Mexi-bowls are loaded with your favorite protein, rice, beans, peppers, and a variety of toppings to keep things interesting every single time you make them. The fresh ingredients and sensational homemade seasoning mix in this household staple recipe will convince you that staying in is the perfect dinner option.
For a hearty and satisfying soup that comes together in no time, this cheap and easy Italian-style classic with white beans and greens is a no-brainer. The savory base is enhanced with a nutty Parmesan rind, and leafy escarole gives the dish a pleasantly bitter bite. Learn how to make it at home now.
Need a break from heavy cold-weather meals? Slow cooker white bean chili with butternut squash is filled with fiber, and has just the right amount of spicy and savory with a touch of sweetness. You’ll be making this healthy dish all season long! Read more now to get the recipe for this veggie-packed chili.
This taco soup is a flavorful meatless meal that’s perfect for everyone, whether you’re a vegetarian or simply trying to cut back on your meat intake. The combination of vegetables and spices makes for a unique dish that is incredibly easy to make and serve with your favorite toppings. Get the recipe now on Foodal.
If you want to start using dried beans in your cooking, try our easy recipe for slow cooker baked beans! Go low and slow to get the most flavor, with a delicious sauce made from a sweet, sour, and savory blend of ingredients. Using your favorite beans, and flavorful ingredients like molasses, mustard, brown sugar, jalapeños, and vinegar, this is one tasty and hearty dish! Get the recipe now on Foodal.