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This is the first time I made beans and they turned out great.. Usualy theyre under done or over done but this time they were fully cooked and tender.
First I washed the beans and picked out any bad ones, then I poured them into a bowl and covered with tap water, about 3 inches over the top of the beans.
Then I cooked some spicy turkey sausage in a pot with a bit of olive oil on a nice high heat to get a good browning on them and the pot. Then onion, bell pepper, celery, jalapeno, garlic and 1tbsp butter were added to the pot.
Veggies got sauteed and the pan naturally deglazed, then I added about 1/4 bottle of wine and two cans of stewed tomatoes, thyme, oregano, cumin, chilli powder, salt and pepper and cooked on high while I cut up the turkey sausage.
After adding the turkey sausage and the beans to the pot I gave it a big stir to mix and then let it all boil for 8 minutes before turning it down to simmer for 4 hours.
This rice I found kicks ass, Jasmine rice is damn good but this one is the best. Made it with chicken broth and paprika in a rice cooker
No presentation pic cuz I just wanted to eat after more than 8 hours of waiting from start to finish but heres the making.
Sounds damn fine - Beans make a nice addition to stewed-type meals for sure. I got a recipie from my sister for a pressure-cooked meal similar to this one with a few variances - maybe I'll post it someday down the line.
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