Hello there Herbivores!!! I hope you had fun doing our last recipe 🙂
Herbi– means plants vore- means one that eats (Herbivore-one that eats plants) let’s not get offended I’m a herbivore, lover of plants and you can be a herbivore too!
My creative friend, Rose, the other day misses one of our event’s dishes at the farm and so now I will dedicate this quick recipe so she can try it in her own home, like you will, hopefully! One of my comfy food to be honest!
Yummy Goodness Cheesy Beans
- 1 can of beans (red kidney or white beans)
- Cooking oil (best to use coconut oil or olive oil)
- 2 medium-cut onions
- 2 cloves of minced garlic (we all I put three or four but if you do not like garlic 2 is enough)
- 220g ofgrated cheese (or more if you prefer more) (three or more kind of cheeses are best :P)
- Salt and pepper to taste
- Add chili pepper flakes
- Add 3-4 tbsp of tomato sauce (add 1 1/2 tbsp of sugar if you’re adding tomato sauce)
First: Open your can of beans and strain half of the water inside
Second: Heat up your pan and add oil
Third: Add in your medium-cut onions and minced garlic mix until golden brown and very fragrant
Fourth: Add the beans and the water into the pan mix until the sauce thickens cook for 4-5 minutes (if you want to use it for filling cook for 2 more minutes and mash while it is hot)
Note: if you want it with a little sauce add 1/4 water however if you want it paste-like do not add the water
Fifth: Add your preferred seasoning (please remember to add salt) and stir well, then add your cheese on top then cover. Serve after a few minutes.
These CHEESY beans are best served with rice, tacos, nachos and my favorite, filling for my tortillas!
That’s it for now, stay tuned for the next herbivore foods that we all know you love to try and cook for yourself or for the fam!
I hope you learned something from me today herbipeeps, tag me in one of your cooking adventures! TAG TAG TAG #herbipeeps #vishnurecipe
Remember, the best meals are shared with loved ones! Share your blessings 😉
Note from cook: I always prepare my dishes giving thanks to where it comes from and who I’m cooking it for. A secret ingredient!
See you on the next recipe herbipeeps!
-Lots of love, HERbivore out 😉