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Would glad for a good bean stew recipe

post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 

Would glad for a good bean stew recipe by a chef or a good cooker.

 

It needs to be with tomato paste. Might be just a little bit.

It should also be with or without meat and might also be chicken.

I know actually that in the US people make chilies often. But here I’m more into some middle eastern stew with regular white beans.

If you help me out I will really be happy because in Hebrew it is not that easy to find really good recipes on the internet.

Thanks a lot.

Me

 

p.s.

try the recipes of foodwishes. some off them are good.

post #2 of 8

I think the ultimate bean stew is casoulette. 

 

My problem is that you mention recipes in Hebrew which leads me to believe that you may be Jewish and, thus, have dietary restrictions

in terms of eating pork.

 

Normally a casoulette has quite a bit of pork in it. It is, perhaps, possible to make one using only lamb & duck as the meats, but I'm not sure.

 

Let me know about the pork issue.

post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 

cool

 

i'm glad for knowing now about this dish.

 

i'm half care about pork because i'm not that used to eat it and too picky, esspecially about making pork myself.

 

i do want to prepare this dish but anyway my initial intention is about a bean stew that is a bit different in which i often eat in a vegetarian restaurant here in isreal. i really want to know how to make it and ever excel from how they make it. they serve it with very tasty white rice.

 

and if you want to see it in pictures you can find it out in my instagram which i posted a link to it in the past. or just search there for "soddd" (means "secret")

 

thanks once again.

post #4 of 8
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Originally Posted by Yank View Post

I think the ultimate bean stew is casoulette. 

 

My problem is that you mention recipes in Hebrew which leads me to believe that you may be Jewish and, thus, have dietary restrictions

in terms of eating pork.

 

Normally a casoulette has quite a bit of pork in it. It is, perhaps, possible to make one using only lamb & duck as the meats, but I'm not sure.

 

Let me know about the pork issue.

I love to make a quick casoulette (Rachel Ray-365 Days..No Repeats) served over French bread with melted swiss cheese...I do use chicken thighs and sausage with bay leaf...can omit the pork and add fennel seed for similar flavor profile...

post #5 of 8

Beans are quite versatile and it is fairly easy to make a vegetarian dish.

 

Fry some onions and garlic

Add a bit of tomato paste and fry this for a couple of minutes.

Add your choice of vegetables (celery, tomato, peppers, chili peppers, even spinach or whatever)

Taste:

It should be quite strongly flavoured as you haven't added the beans yet.

If you are happy with the taste: add the beans that you have cooked seperately with some bay leaves and peppercorns, mix it all up and taste again

 

ChrisBelgium just posted a recipe of a bean stew with lamb. Just check his last posts

 

Maybe post a picture if you are after a specific dish, so we can help you better?

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post #6 of 8
Thread Starter 

the point is how to make it cooked long so that the beans start to thicken it at some point but still don't fall apart completly.
 

post #7 of 8

Desired, Butzy just pointed out a thread I started about a bean dish. It's here, always welcome to take a look (click on the following link);

http://www.cheftalk.com/t/77332/is-this-a-cassoulet-or-not

post #8 of 8
Thread Starter 

yes, i didn't had enough power yesterday to open the link but now i had,

 

unfortunatly i was looking for something different than how it looks in her recipe.

 

i will look for more ideas online
 

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