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Patty Bingham-Husk


Patty Bingham-Husk
 
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Recipe Reviews 3 reviews
Quinoa and Black Beans
I love quinoa recipes! It has a ton of protein, so it really is healthy. I, too, rinsed the quinoa and used one can of beans, added yellow and orange bell pepper and chopped tomato for added nutrition and color, and I also added a bit of powdered adobo seasoning for a bit of smoky flavor. You could also use a teaspoon of canned adobo sauce. But I found that what it really lacked was that pop of acid. A healthy squeeze of lime juice on the finished dish really helped take it to the next level. I freeze my quinoa dishes in 1 cup servings in ziplock freezer bags laid flat. You can grab a frozen bag, smack it on the counter to break it up and zap it in the micro for a quick meal. Throw in any diced or shredded meat you wish, if you are a carnivore.

1 user found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Feb. 2, 2014
Super Al's Cocktail Sauce
And why did I BUY cocktail sauce -- ever? This is so easy and delicious! I used habanero ketchup and measured nothing. Tastes great!

0 users found this review helpful
Reviewed On: Jul. 20, 2013
Bean Soup
This is very much like my usual recipe. I do soak my beans overnight. I add a 14.5 oz can of diced tomatos and a couple of fresh sage leaves (julienned) about an hour before serving. Bean soup with sage is a natural combination. But the big difference is that I make ham stock (just like chicken stock, but with a ham bone). Skim the fat off before freezing, and keep it in the freezer for just such a recipe. That way I can omit the stringy, fatty bits in the soup. I add ham back into the soup so I can control bits of fat. I sometimes add a bit of dry white wine (1/2 cup) at the end, if I feel like it. Gives a nice boost of flavor.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 14, 2010
 
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