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You can customise this easy dish to your own tastes. For example, if you don't like kidney beans substitute one small tin sliced black olives and 125g sliced mushrooms for the beans.

Recipe by: MARBALET


The creamy texture of red kidney beans makes them the perfect partner for strong flavours and spices.

Recipe by: Elaine Russell

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This is a very versatile Middle Eastern dish. It is eaten for breakfast in many Arabic countries, but is also fine for dinner. Eat with pita bread.

Recipe by: AiyahM


Spicy and chock full of veggies and silken tofu. Healthy and delicious - serve with tortillas and any other veggies you like.



Black turtle beans can be hard to find in Australia, but if you can get them substitute them for the red kidney beans.

Recipe by: STRIDEAM

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Here's a hearty and satisfying chilli – without the meat but with all the flavour. This version combines two varieties of beans with corn in a rich tomato sauce seasoned with herbs and chilli.

Recipe by: Elaine Russell

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Red kidney beans and bacon add a wonderful hearty, smoky flavour to this medley of vegetables. Enjoy it with pork during the cold months of autumn and winter.

Recipe by: Zoë Harpham


The addition of a little cocoa adds richness to this hearty beef stew. It's perfect for a cold day and takes almost no time in a pressure cooker.

Recipe by: Spyce

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This is a great vegetarian lasagne recipe, made even heartier through the addition of red kidney beans. Serve with a green salad and garlic bread.

Recipe by: XVELVETX

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This is a truly spicy chilli con carne! Serve with tortillas, sour cream, guacamole and lettuce. You can cut down the chilli a bit if you prefer.

Recipe by: EDD RYAN

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