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- Photo of the finished dish
- Step by step recipe with photo
- Important additions to the recipe
Video: Red Beans With Minced Meat - A Recipe With A Photo Step By Step
2023 Author: Catherine Crossman | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-05-24 11:19
Red beans with minced meat - a chowder, not very pretty in appearance, but amazingly tasty (the quintessence of "umami").
Red beans - 250 g
Meat - 500 g
Bulb onions - 1 pc.
Vegetable oil - 1 tbsp.
Sour cream - 2 tbsp.
Soda - 1 pinch
Salt, pepper - to taste
Savory - if possible
Water - on demand
- 215 kcal
- 2 hours 10 minutes
- 8 h.
- 10 hours 10 minutes
Photo of the finished dish
Step by step recipe with photo
To make minced red beans, you need the following ingredients.
In the evening, soak the beans in water with a pinch of soda. Before cooking red beans with minced meat, drain the liquid and rinse the beans well with fresh water.
Pour red beans with water in a saucepan so that they are completely covered, and begin to cook them.
Cut the onion into not too large cubes.
Fry the onions until golden or brown.
If you are making minced meat yourself, then I recommend using a nozzle with a large hole diameter.
Add raw minced meat and fried onions to the already boiling beans, stir, bring to a boil again and cook everything together over low heat for an hour and a half. A green twig is a savory that can be recommended as a seasoning for literally all legume dishes, by default. I understand that the seasoning is not very common, but if you have it, then it goes just fine with beans.
After 1.5 hours, salt the red beans with minced meat, stir and cook for another 30 minutes over low heat.
After the end of cooking, add 2 tablespoons of sour cream and let the stew steep for at least 15 minutes (or better - 30).
Here we have such yummy - unsightly, but it even has such a smell that drooling! And when you try a spoon, you will immediately forgive her for all its ugliness!
Important additions to the recipe
Red beans with minced meat embodies "umami" - the same flavoring direction, which is responsible for the legendary flavor enhancer, which is on everyone's lips, and which many are afraid of, like hell of incense. It doesn't really enhance anything - it mimics the taste of protein. Well, and red beans with minced meat, on the contrary, do not imitate anything - this is protein, both vegetable and animal, and in the most expressive and understandable form for our taste buds. The dish is amazingly filling - one bowl, in my opinion, can be full for the whole day.