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Aug 15, 2015 01:43 |  #1

yup. pot of beans.


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Aug 15, 2015 06:57 |  #2

Those babies look good enough to eat.


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Aug 15, 2015 07:35 |  #3

You ate the bacon, didn't you? ; D


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Aug 15, 2015 07:35 |  #4

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Aug 15, 2015 09:20 |  #5

saea501 wrote in post #17669570 (external link)
Those babies look good enough to eat.

They are very good. First time I have tried this kind of bean, I forgot the name but a picture of them dry can be seen just above the link below, they are much prettier dry. I like cooking dry beans, this was three pounds dry and as you can see just barely fit in my dutch oven. I also like taking pictures of them for some reason, kind of a challenge to get them to look appealing.

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You ate the bacon, didn't you? ; D

Sausage. :D I ate some of it. I browned it with some onion and garlic before adding the beans, then took it out as it was just about to simmer. When I serve them for dinner tonight I will cut the sausage up and sprinkle it over the beans and rice. Sausage simmering pic here.

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hijack incoming.

what? you got a pot of beans pic to post? go for it.  :p


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Aug 15, 2015 09:52 |  #6

This thread is no good without the recipe!

Please post it as from the pic it looks great and I would like to have a go at cooking it, it looks a bit like a cassoulet

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Aug 15, 2015 10:24 |  #7

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This thread is no good without the recipe!

Please post it as from the pic it looks great and I would like to have a go at cooking it, it looks a bit like a cassoulet

Cheers

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really just a simple pot of beans but since it is cooked in Le Creuset maybe i can call it a cassoulet. :D

cleaned the beans (i feel this is very important, filled a big bowl with water, agitated the beans in the water and then dumped them in a colander, repeat until water is clean)
soaked the beans for 3 hours,
cut up three andouille sausage links in thirds, browned them up a bit,
threw in a diced onion and 4 BIG cloves of garlic, sautéed those a bit,
put some of the soaking water in the pan to get the fond up,
dumped the beans and soaking water in the pot,
added a tablespoon or two of paprika, and maybe a tablespoon of cumin and a tablespoon of salt,
slowly bring to a simmer making sure the beans don't stick their head out of the water,
remove sausage,
get a fairly good simmer going and stick in a 275°F oven,
check every half hour to make sure beans are covered with water, add hot water as needed,
I added the celery and some fresh cilantro at the first half hour check,
cooked for another hour i think?

made about 4 and a half quarts, i put half in the freezer and me and the family will eat the other half over the next week. Beans and Rice with sausage tonight and will probably make mexican refried beans out of them for Taco Tuesday.


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Aug 15, 2015 11:57 as a reply to  @ Left Handed Brisket's post |  #8

Many thanks for that, I will have a go

A cook after my own heart-none of your fancy stuff just teaspoons and handfuls and cook till it smells right

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Aug 22, 2015 12:00 |  #9

I'll be right over.


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