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Anyone who had a stay in an English family probably knows this recipe. But you have to know the version of Heinz canned which was served on a slice of toasted bread! I grant you, it did not seem particularly appetizing! However… it’s a very simple and delicious recipe.
I’m not the source of this recipe for once. This is a recipe from my mother who learned from my grandmother. I am very family and I love to share lots of things with these two extraordinary women. The kitchen is in part of course. Furthermore, it is my grandmother who shelled kilos of beans for me. My grandfather (which runs all markets around him and knows good farmers) found fresh white beans and inexpensive. It was in September but we had small bags of freezings to enjoy later. I really advise you to freeze when you can. This will keep food longer (without deleting all nutrient inputs). I do regularly with dishes that I prepare in large quantities.
With this good idea to have them aside, I was delighted to be able to prepare these tomato beans. The days are cool a lot lately and I am very happy when I have a good hot meal for the evening. It is also a very healthy but nourishing dish.
I added eggplant in the recipe for a little thing in plus. Feel free to adapt to your way, a recipe sharing and evolving thanks to sharing. For example you can put zucchini and peppers if it is the season. But I’m sure that with any vegetables will be very good.
(This is also very good with toasted bread, however, prefer wholemeal bread or seeds bread that the English version of the fully refined bread that will bring you nothing of, except some bloating).
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White beans with tomato and eggplant
For 2 personnes
Vegan / Sans gluten
Cooking time : 45 minutes
200 g raw beans (not dry)
1 tomato flesh canned
salt and pepper
Chop the shallot and sauté in 1 teaspoon olive oil for 2-3 minutes in a pot. Add the eggplant, cut into cubes. Cover and cook for 10 minutes. Stir occasionally.
Add the tomato flesh and beans, salt and pepper, stir and cover. Cook for 30 minutes. Stir.
To serve, add a little parsley, it’s delicious.