Romano beans are grown in Ontario and Manitoba under the moniker of Cranberry Beans or Speckled Sugar Beans and are soft with a sweet, almost nutty flavour, making them perfect for this type of braised dish.
Switch your tacos up a bit with this Turkey and Black Bean Taco Skillet. It has all the flavour of tacos but with less mess since it is all made in one pan. It is a perfect family meal and uses lot of ingredients that are probably in your pantry. Give it a try for your next #tacotuesday
Fresh Atlantic salmon is smoother in a lemon-dill butter, grilled, and served with lightly mashed beans and artichokes.
We are all busy people and time is precious. Sure you could buy dried beans and soak them overnight but if you are tight on time and want to whip this up quick and simple for your family grab canned beans instead.
Fresh haddock filets simmered in a tomato, basil and white bean sauce. Serve over brown rice or with a side salad.
Braised lamb shanks aren’t just for when company comes over! This easy to prepare recipe uses a slow cooker so you can set it and forget it! Serve with a side of roasted asparagus and potatoes for a complete meal.
For a twist on how to serve chili, try this baked enchilada recipe that starts off with a fabulous Beef and Black Bean Chili, made from pantry basics.
For the fall evenings that get chilly but need something quick, this beef and mushroom chili will fill you up with a delicious, warm, one-pot meal.
This is a snap to pull together with simple pantry ingredients. Use it to fill tortillas and bake as a casserole or just serve from the pot with wedges of baked tortilla.