Welcome to Lorin Cooks Legumes, where I’ll be sharing the recipes I create as I explore Wikipedia’s Lists of Foods.
British Baked Beans Revisited
British baked beans is a “copycat” recipe for the style of canned baked beans popular in Great Britain and other present and former commonwealth countries outside of North America.
Copycat Grandma Brown’s Baked Beans
Grandma Brown’s Baked Beans was a brand of Baked beans from central New York. They don’t seems to be in business anymore, so here is an attempt to recreate their product.
Gigantes plaki is a Greek dish. Giant beans are baked in a delicious tomato sauce with lots of olive oil.
Fèves au Lard
Fèves au lard is the French Canadian version of baked beans, sweetened with maple syrup and molasses.
Not Your Average Baked Beans
Based on Bush’s Baked Beans copycat recipes, this is a delicious, sweet and savory, saucy baked bean recipe.
Boston Brown Bread Revisited
Boston Brown Bread is a traditional steamed bread from New England, containing cornmeal and rye flour and sweetened with molasses.
Boston Baked Beans Revisited
Boston baked beans are a classic American dish. White beans are flavored with salt pork and molasses, and slowly baked for many hours.
Beans and Franks
Beans and Franks is a dish dish of baked beans and hot dogs. We’ve added a few extra ingredients to take it over the top.
Yemeni fasoulia is a dish of mashed kidney beans cooked with onion, tomato, and spices, essentially a Middle Eastern refried beans.
Syrian fasoulia recipes are typically beans, meat, tomato paste, salt and pepper. I couldn’t resist letting a few more flavors sneak in this time.
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