Grab your skillet and make these juicy, crispy skinned chicken thighs nestled in smoky, Cajun spiced rice with red beans, red bell peppers and tomatoes.
Simple, affordable, but still hearty, this rustic Italian dish is an ideal vegetarian meal with plenty of protein.
Here in Nuevo León we have very unique dishes and customs. The key is to always try and use local and regional ingredients to prepare the recipes, as that gives them a particular authenticity and value. Out of the three meals we make everyday, breakfast is the most important one, for it’s the one that we commence our day with.
Italian pasta and beans is a hearty dish that’s along the lines of a pasta e fagioli – but it’s not a soup. It is rich, so grab a fork.
Fresh, buttery fava beans are rich on their own, but when served with salty prosciutto and a touch of cream, they skyrocket to a whole new level.
Baked beans made with bacon and red wine are the ultimate summer side dish that your barbecued foods were asking for.
The only place to find the complex-tasting coffee of the Vanuatu islands is in Providence, Rhode Island. Stop by for a unique, life-changing cup.
A spicy bowl of chipotle lime shrimp, served over rice, beans, and fresh tomatoes is best served with a side of refreshing tequila.
Slip on those mittens, because tonight’s simple and complete dinner comes straight out of the oven. No fuss!
Love bacon? Then you’ll love this dish. And with only five ingredients, it is easy, fast and really delicious.
Watch everyone gather round the table for this cheesy enchilada casserole. Great for a weeknight evening and they’ll never know it was quick and easy to make!
With a rich and tender texture, this chicken is lightened in flavor with white wine and kale and finished with white beans. A stick-to-the-ribs meal.
A fun holiday side or even better next to leftover turkey, these BBQ-inspired baked beans with blueberries are easy to make and taste light and fresh.
Learning to make your own tofu is not only satisfying and exciting, but you also get fresh soy milk from the process.
Bill finds a Phoenix airport coffee operation that takes refueling to a whole new level.
Perfect atop a salad or simply as a nutritious snack, crispy roasted chickpeas are tossed in ranch-style seasonings for fun flavor.
Earthy with a touch of sweetness, simple grilled chicken is rubbed with a bold walnut and white wine mustard sauce and served beside matching green beans.
Creamy white beans, cherry tomatoes and polenta with red pepper flakes are ready to take on crisp broccoli rabe and a fried egg with a bursting yolk.
Edamame can simply be boil, salted and enjoyed, but sometimes it is fun to add more flavors. This rendition adds a oyster, soy, and Sriracha with garlic.
The southern bean, bacon, and rice recipe is reconfigured to include tomato and spices such as garam masala.
Taco night doesn’t have to be quick and dirty. For a delicious, flavorful one, try making your own refried beans and slow roasting your pork for hours.
Fresh peas and beans are blanched for vivid color and laid on lemon cream with a hint of mint. The delicate flavors work together for a refreshing dish.
These little munchies are all that it promised – simple to make, crispy, flavorful.
A delicious dish to use the bounty of summer beans. It all combines for a sweet-salty-sour-spicy palette together with gamey lamb for a flavorful meal.
A filling, warm dish of chorizo and beans. Plenty of garlic and cumin makes it so flavorful. For even more protein and a rich yolk, top with a poached egg.
Combine beans with bacon fat, capers, and shallots and you have a perfect side. Pour some wine, put a poached egg on top, and enjoy the beans as a meal.
Try this rich broth and pasta stew, spiked with garlic, lemongrass, and slow-cooked ribs.
Bill Walsh’s review of Booskerdoo, a New Jersey roaster that displays a variety of coffee blends.
Stews or Khoreshts are common in Persian cuisine and amazingly easy and delicious to prepare.
This comforting noodle dish is heavy on the vegetables and flavor but comes together in almost no time at all.
The addition of cardamom and dark chocolate deepens the complexity of flavors in this chili, which gets its process streamlined by the use of a slow-cooker.
Its important to soak the rajma or kidney beans overnight or for 8-9 hours and then cook them thoroughly to give the curry a melt-in-you-mouth texture.
Chili is the quintessential one-dish dinner for the cool weather months, switch up the flavor profile with shredded chicken and cannellini beans.
This hodgepodge dinner is comforting and cravable but still nutritious with cauliflower rice replacing regular rice.
Mint adds brightness to an otherwise earthy stew for a meal that’s hearty and filling but still fresh tasting.
Your meat, beans and veggies all cook up in the same pot which means fewer dishes to wash after indulging in this hearty Italian-inspired dinner.
Top these homemade zucchini burgers with spicy mayo for a vegetarian meal that’s so much better than frozen patties.
This appetizer is so delicious you might want to make it your whole meal.
This only took about 40 minutes. The texture is similar to a baked potato when done. They are packed with protein, fiber and iron.
Enjoy an awesome and super tasty green bean casserole recipe from Alisha Randell. Now get cooking.
Sometimes you just look in the pantry and make something up as you go along. That’s what Jerri Green did with this recipe.
This healthy snack of roasted fresh tender green beans was on the dinner table along with a large vegetable Pizza.
The ingredients are definitely not traditional and the method is super simple, but this is a great and easy midweek supper.
This is a simple and healthy recipe featuring brown rice, french beans and fenugreek, which is high in protein and low in calories.
Jill Nammar is sharing this light but satisfying meal with you today. Bold flavors and contrasting textures are in every bite.
This is a quick pickle that requires mustard oil to get a really pungent flavor, along with a few ground spices, fresh onion, lemon and salt
With it’s green beans and carrot in a freshly ground south Indian coconut masala gravy, this recipe is a sure fire winner.
A deliciously beany dip using white pea beans, toasted sesame seeds and hot sauce.
Smoked paprika is a great rub for barbecues or Mexican food. Here it flavors a lovely breakfast dish.
These brownies from Julie Andrews are dense, amazingly rich and chocolaty.
Ambra Meda meets Ruben Perez of Yaya’s Cuban Café for a chat about Cuban comfort food, sweets and coffee.
Milica Cvetkovic serves prebranac, a classic serbian home cooked dish.
If winter just won’t let go where you live, why not warm up with this healthy soup.
Let the mish-mash of beans and legumes combine with nutrient-dense winter greens and smoky-porky bits to tempt you into the kitchen.
This easy, do-it-yourself recipe can be altered any way you like.
A creamy broccoli cheddar soup that features pureed beans instead of heavy cream.
A hearty soup that is quick to prepare, and a treat for the tastebuds. Garnish with sour cream, avocado and cilantro.
A simple but delicious vegetarian soup to warm you on a cold fall day.
Shredded chicken, corn, black beans and brown rice create a filling Mexican stew that is packed with protein and fiber.
A super easy Mexican sopes dinner using leftovers from your refrigerator.