Cannellini Bean Balls

Cannellini beans are a white bean developed first in Argentina, but it is popular in central and southern Italy, hence the Italian name.  They are most similar to the kidney bean, and they are popularly used in minestrone soup.  I felt they needed nothing but fresh herbs and a bit of salt to bring out… Continue reading Cannellini Bean Balls

Black-Eyed Pea Chili

I basically have all of these ingredients plus a variety of dry beans available in my pantry at all times.  It’s incredibly simple to make, and it’s delicious every time.  You can substitute the beans with any lentil or split pea, and it will phenomenal.  Try it for yourself! Ingredients 3 cups black-eyed peas, dry… Continue reading Black-Eyed Pea Chili

Tex-Mex Black Beans

In my life, I have come across many phenomenal recipes for black beans, having grown up in Southern California and now living in Texas.  This one I would say is a good contender.  It has the flavor profile you’d expect, and it’s practically fool-proof in its simplicity.  Do y’all prepare your beans differently?  Let me… Continue reading Tex-Mex Black Beans

Mediterranean Bean Balls

This one was a complete experiment that resulted in a failed attempt to make a bean spread for crackers.  That’s perfectly ok, though, because I got this lovely recipe from it!  Try it.  Love it.  Tell me what you think! Note: this recipe uses a food processor.  If one is not available for your use,… Continue reading Mediterranean Bean Balls

Italian Bean Balls

I can’t remember the last time I had meat balls.  It’s been quite a while.  I might not be the best judge for comparison, but I know these bean balls are delicious enough for any pasta dish.  Try them out and tell me what you think! Note: this recipe uses a food processor.  If one… Continue reading Italian Bean Balls

Miso Mustard Salad

This recipe was not my own creation.  The dressing came from none other than the queen of mustard herself!  Of course, I am talking about Jenny Mustard!  The salad came out with a delicious and mellow flavor.  I recommend this salad for anyone looking for something simple, salty, and tasty.  Let me know what y’all… Continue reading Miso Mustard Salad

Red Lentil Curry

This recipe is one of my favorite go-to dishes that is simple and quick to make.  Inspiration for this recipe came from High Carb Hannah’s Instant Pot recipe book.  If you do not have an Instant Pot, this recipe can easily be made on the stove.  Cooking times will be different, though. Ingredients Curry 2… Continue reading Red Lentil Curry