This quick and breezy crostini appetizer is made with a white bean dip, fresh tomatoes, herbs and sun-dried tomatoes.
Just because the temperatures are dropping doesn’t mean an outdoor adventure is out of the question. Make a big batch of this warm bean soup, pack it up in a thermos and head out with a blanket and a bottle of wine for a walk in the woods or a stroll in the park.
Beans, cheese and a tortilla crust make for a perfect weeknight meal that is easy to make and tastes like one big enchilada.
Stacked with fresh greens and a flavorful, homemade green olive-basil aioli, these white bean zucchini burgers are just the refreshing meal with tons of flavor that you need.
No, this is not your usual hummus. I repeat, this is not your usual hummus. But it is whipped with avocado and basil and is oh, so good.
Swap out the smoked meats and seafood usually found in Creole rice stew for this vegan bean étouffée loaded with spice, beans and liquid smoke.
Packed with protein and veggies, this three bean salad is loaded with fresh Greek flavors like lemon, olives and feta, to make a perfect summer side dish.
Dive into a comforting bowl of this classic Italian pasta e fagioli that is hearty enough on its own, without any meat.
Warm up with a protein rich soup. A traditional Apulian recipe,the soup retains all the simplicity and the taste of a Mediterranean dish.
Serve a hearty winter appetizer of white beans, olive and capers presented on grilled and garlic-rubbed bread.
When fava beans are in season, it is only right to honor the fresh produce in a stunning pasta dish made simply with tomatoes and pancetta.
Tuscan bean crostini with crispy baked kale is easy to prepare and comes together quickly. Grab a glass of Chianti and plan your next Tuscan getaway.
Have a few ripe avocados on your hands? Make this. In minutes you could be snacking on this avocado dip loaded with lime juice and protein from the white beans.
The perfect project to get rid of all those Easter jelly beans and celebrate this fun day.
A hearty breakfast is the way to start the day. Loaded with protein and vegetables, this smoky black bean breakfast bowl is your ticket.
A simple salad with flavorful beans, a zesty dressing, and creamy mozzarella. Artichokes bring this salad to the same flavor profile as delicious antipasto.
Colorful, zesty, as a side or with chips, this black eyed pea salad is quite the versatile stunner.
This version of the French cassoulet makes a beautiful stew with spices sausage and white beans and no time at all.
This soup is loaded with bright toppings like cilantro, cojita cheese, hot sauce, bacon, and more. Warm up a winter day with a hearty bowl of black bean soup.
A great snack if roasted until crispy or a perfect winter salad topping, these spicy chickpeas loaded with protein will keep you fueled.
A comforting soup that is easy and affordable to make, great to incorporate vegetables into, and still an awesome source of flavor and protein.
Black beans and cannellini combines with fresh cilantro, cumin, and jalapeño for a light soup that is a great first fall chili.
This soup is ready for a dinner party in just 30 minutes. Pair the warm bowl with a crisp white Garnacha wine for a wonderful contrast on a fall day.
Roasted tomatoes bring bright, bold summer sweetness to the toasted Italian bruschetta with arugula, balsamic, and a Tuscan white bean spread.
This quick green bean side is made rich with brown butter, crunchy pine nuts, and sweet cranberries for gourmet flavor. The final touch is crumbled blue cheese for creamy delight with tang.
A simple fava bean toast served on sourdough with fresh mint and creamy ricotta cheese.
A beautiful vegetable salad with full-flavored mushrooms, Mexican herbs, and a crunch of Arame popcorn.
Smooth hummus receives a touch of spring from artichokes and leeks. In no time, you can have a delicious appetizer that is perfect for spring.
Breakfast toasts are simple to enjoy with gourmet ingredients. Try this fava bean spread with basil that can be made ahead for a busy morning.
A flavorful, simply-made bowl of rajma with fresh roti. Be ready for a creamy, not-too-spicy dish with a dollop of cream and a fried chili on top.
Paired with a delicious black bean spread and avocados, these tacos are topped off with a fried egg for an incredibly simple bite.
Think of this recipe as your introduction to the wonderful world of moles. Drizzle it over chicken, with a stuffed poblano, or simply with eggs or beans.
Fresh rosemary and balsamic vinegar give this robust garlic bean dip special flavor.
David Chang shares his special mussels recipe topped with a flavorful broth complete with bean paste.
A Mexican inspired rice bowl that cooks all day so the flavors enrich the chicken and beans and all the tastes come together beautifully.
An elegant yet comforting white bean stew combines textures and contrasting flavors from its ingredients, making the most of the slow-cooking process.
A rustic, tuscan style cannellini bean stew, topped with pan seared sea bass.
A Tuscan-inspired soup with a Polish twist, this soulful soup is made with cooked kielbasa.
The tea cake of the season. Studded with red berries and a warm vanilla scent, these individual cakes are delicious lightly glazed.
A creamy, rich Hungarian soup using fresh green beans. Paprika and crunchy almonds add spice and texture to make for a delicious main course.
Oven-cooked salmon with a ton of flavor and color. Serve over a bed of quinoa for a complete fish and vegetable bowl.
Green Bean Salad with Walnuts, Feta, and Lemon-mint Dressing. Perfect for all your summer Barbecues.
These burgers are so full of flavor that meat will not be missed. For your next summer gathering try this non-meat option from Spork, in Los Angeles.
A perfect summer picnic side dish. Let is marinate in the fridge for even more flavor.
Pressing bean curd into blocks began 2,000 years ago in China. With high protein and mild flavor, tofu has been loved and despised globally for centuries.
Move over chips, because fried, smashed plantains are here and they are so good. Serve with a bean and avocado salsa for a colorful appetizer.
This vegan bean-oat burger satisfies your appetite for a great-tasting veggie burger that’s easy to make.
Sautéed bacon adds a smoky saltiness to this hearty soup that will keep you warm and satiated through the colder months.
This salad should be called a spring tuna and bean salad, but that ship has sailed, seeing as not only has the solstice come and gone, but July 4th as well.
A quick, easy and oh so delicious appetizer that adds a little flavor to your everyday cooking.
This is especially wonderful with vanilla frozen yogurt and blackberries. It’s pretty much the perfect cake to make on a whim when craving dessert.
Enjoy this awesome french beans casserole with poached egg recipe from Jehanne Ali.
Accompanied with the pesto, this bruschetta made with fresh tomatoe and gouda cheese on a bread loaf is a delicious and healthy dinner.
Jennifer Abbott, here with a simple and awesome butter bean hummus recipe.
If you find some purple yard beans in your next CSA bag, here’s a great way to use them.
These delicious bean and sausage potato cups almost look like savory cupcakes.
Can you serve a strictly vegetarian dish at a dinner party, or will you offend the guests by not offering anything to the carnivores