The marinade can be made into a spicy sauce by bringing to the boil in a saucepan and cooking until it is thick and syrupy.
Recipe by: R. Dils
Four different types of beans are mixed in a sweet sauce with treacle, brown sugar, Dijon mustard, Worcestershire and Tabasco, then oven baked with streaky bacon.
Recipe by: SHARONHOWARD
Cooked in a pressure cooker, red kidney beans are cooked with fennel seed and cayenne pepper. This is very good as is with rice or mixed with cubed ham. Use this quick soak method to cook any dry beans in the pressure cooker.
Recipe by: MOTTONCOUTH
This salad is full of vitamin C, folate and fibre. With a velvety, low-fat blue cheese dressing, it's ideal if you're watching your weight.
Recipe by: Leslie Glover
Each red and yellow capsicum contains about 2 teaspoons of natural sugar, resulting in the slightly sweet taste to this salsa.
Recipe by: Lynn Lewis
Another one adapted from a recipe I found in a Tex-Mex cookbook.
Recipe by: barcafamily
My mother makes this as a base for two of our favourite recipes, Citrus Hummus Pasta and Spiced Butter Bean Patties, but it can also be used as a side dish. If you're not a fan of thyme, we've tried this with Rosemary and it tastes absolutely delicious as well! You can also use chickpeas instead of butter beans.
Recipe by: likeknives
This is nice bread to have with dips...... very easy. You can also cut tomatoes and feta and add on top as a snack.
Recipe by: volos
Beetroot and sweet potato roasted with onion, garlic, salt and pepper. A really special but easy side dish for a roast or even just as a warm salad with haloumi.
Recipe by: DRUMNWRITE
Chickpeas can help lower cholesterol and improve blood sugar levels. I spread this on sandwiches, plop it onto a hot steak or simply use as a dip alongside toasted tortilla chips.
Recipe by: Linda