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Beaten beans with hardened onions and paprika

Beaten beans with hardened onions and paprika

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It is a good and consistent food, nutritious because it has protein, it goes very well in fasting, but not only! I don't think I need to tell you who I did it for. The recipe is Buni's. Pup Buni darling!

  • 1 kg dry beans with small beans
  • 1 large onion
  • 1-2 carrots
  • 2 potatoes
  • 3 tablespoons oil
  • salt, ground pepper
  • 3 large white or red onions
  • 1 teaspoon hot or sweet paprika
  • 2 tablespoons mashed tomatoes
  • 3-4 tablespoons oil

Servings: 12

Preparation time: less than 90 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Beaten beans with hardened onions and paprika:

Put the beans to soak in the evening. The next day, throw away the water in which it was placed and boil it in another water. When it boils, change the water once more and put it back to boil together with the potatoes.

After about 30-40 minutes, add the cleaned and chopped carrots and onions, salt and ground pepper.

When they are all cooked, take them off the heat, let them cool a little, then pass them together with the 3 tablespoons of oil. Taste and season if necessary.

Peel the three onions and cut them into slices, then heat them in hot oil until soft. At the end, add the paprika and the tomatoes and cook for a few more minutes.

Serve hot with pickles.

Good appetite!

Tips sites


if you have, add a teaspoon of thyme when the beans are almost cooked

1.) Put the beans in a pot, add cold water and bring to a boil over medium heat.

2.) When the beans start to boil, move them to another pot with preheated water and let them boil again for five thousand. Repeat this operation two or three times and then add a little salt and let the beans cook over medium heat for about an hour and a half or until the beans are well cooked.

3.) After the beans have boiled, strain it from the pot and let it cool.

4.) Add the boiled beans and a little of the water in which it boiled in a blender and blend it until you get a thick paste.

5.) Season the rubbed beans with a little salt and a little ground black pepper. If we want the beans to have a more reddish color, we can also add paprika.

6.) Saute the finely chopped onion in a pan over medium heat with a little sunflower oil and when the onion is hardened, add a teaspoon of paprika and sauté it for a minute.

7.) Serve the beaten beans with the hardened onions and if we want we can serve with a fried smoked bacon.

Beaten beans

Only after you throw the first water do you wash the beans? Well, how do you boil it dirty?

I've never heard of empty beans. In addition to putting various spices in it, the beaten beans are thinned with milk or juice in which the beans were boiled, and oil is added. It's not very complicated to make beaten beans, but what is written in your recipe is a joke. I wonder in the absurd case where you really cooked it, if you could eat it so empty, with nothing in it, and hard as magic.

Beans beaten without frying have no charm / taste. and so on Very good, you eat because your crazy people are fighting!

It must be boiled, cut, beaten, fried, hardened, put in a blender. But not the beans but this antigospodina!

Bravo Constanta! Beaten beans (or facaluita as they say in Dobrogea), without garlic, has no charm. Garlic and onion garnish with spices, gives it that taste that makes you can not stop eating. Yes, yes! With the frying pan! It doesn't sound threatening and enticing. We got used to making a mosquito stallion. Go to Transylvania, Maramures, to see how healthy the inhabitants of those areas are, "with peonies on their cheeks", although they always eat 10 cm thick "bacon", sausages, fries and quench them with brandy. And we, the others, who can no longer be afraid of fried foods, fats, e-mails, etc., are pale and weak, but we are "in trend". It is exaggerated. usual.

Is it laughter or crying? I think both!

You have no idea how to prepare beaten beans! I don't know why you publish such great culinary nonsense!

My dear, if you put salt in beans from the beginning, it is clear that you have never done it and you have no idea what you are talking about. If you put salt at first in the water in which the beans boil, you will have a bean in which you will break your teeth or you will ruin the goodness of the blender. For beans, always add salt after boiling. In fact, the rest of the recipe is very unclear. I know that beaten beans are made with garlic (it is also made with raw onions, but then it is called "bean caviar"). So, where is the garlic because if you don't put anything in it it has no taste. How much do you fry onions? Do you soften, brown or caramelize it? Please be more explicit with the details of the recipe, not for me because I have been making beaten beans for about 35 years, but for beginners (times).

Frying, how threatening it sounds! I know that beaten beans are made differently, but please, each with its own taste and recipe.

Recipe beaten beans with seasoned onion and broth & # 8211

1. Choose the bean from impurities and soak it the night before. The next day, drain it, rinse it with tap water, put it in a pan and cover it with cold water. At the same time we put the water to boil in another pot so that we have it ready hot when we change the water to the beans. From the moment the beans start to boil, leave it for about 5 minutes. Then we throw the water and put hot water on it. We do this operation again, then in the final water, we add celery, carrot, bay leaf and peppercorns. Let it simmer for about an hour and a half, until it softens. When the beans have boiled, drain them, remove the carrot, celery, bay leaf and peppercorns. We pass it with the vertical blender together with about half a cup of the water in which it boiled, so that it is not too dry.

2. Separately, in a large pan, heat the oil. Add sliced ​​onions and let it harden. Put the broth (or tomato paste) and mix.

3. Add over the mashed beans half of the seasoned onion with the broth and crushed garlic. Mix well, over low heat, until the beans swell and mix. Taste the beans and season with salt and pepper.

4. Take the beans off the heat, put them in a bowl and place the rest of the hardened onions on top.

Serve this beaten bean with toast and a cabbage salad or pickles.

Rubbed beans

  • 500 gr beans
  • 5 cloves garlic
  • 1 carrot
  • 1 patrol
  • 2 was dafin
  • 3 onions
  • oil
  • salt
  • paprika

The beans are picked, washed and left to soak in cold water overnight. Boil the beans with the carrot, parsley, an onion, bay leaves, 3 cloves of whole garlic and salt. Let it boil for about 40 minutes. After boiling, remove the vegetables from the pot, and strain the beans without throwing away the water in which it boiled. We crush the beans. Add a little more juice over the crushed beans to thin the composition. The crushed beans are poured into a sieve and with the help of a wooden spoon we rub it so that the leaves remain in the sieve, and the core drains into the bowl under the sieve.

Two finely chopped onions and fry in 100 ml of oil, add a tablespoon of paprika, mix well and place over the rubbed beans. Stir, and if the beans are too thick, you can add a little of the juice in which the beans were boiled. It matches the salt. Two cloves of crushed garlic can be added over the beans and let it boil.

It is served either as a fasting dish with toast and pickles, or as a sweet dish with smoked sausages.



500 g beans
1 carrot
3 medium-sized onions
3-4 cloves of garlic
2 tablespoons oil
3 tablespoons tomato juice

Wash the beans in more water to remove impurities and leave it to soak overnight.

Boil the beans in salted water, taking care to change the water several times. To the last boiling water we can add salt, a carrot and an onion.

After it has boiled, drain it, pass it through the mincer twice, to obtain a fine paste. We put the cleaned and crushed garlic over this paste. Add salt to taste and mix until smooth. Peeled and sliced ​​onions in a little oil, then add tomato juice or broth. We can harden the onion in oil with a little sugar, until it caramelizes, then add only 1 teaspoon of tomato juice. I used both options in the picture & # 8230

Put the beans in a bowl to serve. Put the onion hardened with tomato juice (or the caramelized one) over the beans, together with the oil in which we hardened it and serve.

Beaten beans

My daughter had an internship in Rep. Benin (Africa) for about 3 months, and one day she kneaded battered beans at work, and told a resident of Benin what she had to eat. and the black woman asks her and did you put garlic? did you put celery? . . a great coincidence, she also had the same dish and they were very similar. he also visited the villages in R Benin, and they made tuica just like us, and so there were 3, 4 tasted it, so with the glass next to the damigeana (I have pictures to convince you) Note: Good recipes presented here, I'm a man, and -I get very good food if you respect quantities, ingredients, times. my beef soup turned out great, my 2-year-old niece took the bowl and finished the last drops - I accidentally took tomato juice from the market with herbs. if it came out supeeer

Thanks a lot for the comment, I was pleasantly surprised, I read and reread it to my colleagues in the office and we enjoyed your appreciation together. Interesting, I would never have thought that there are similarities between our diet and those in Africa, and as for the niece. knows right now what is good :-) Thank you and I wish you all the best!

Beaten beans with hardened onions

Beaten beans with hardened onions from: beans, onions, dill, garlic, oil, salt.


  • 2 cups dry beans (about 1/2 kg)
  • 3-4 onions
  • 1 bunch of dried dill
  • 1 head of garlic
  • 2-3 tablespoons oil
  • salt

Method of preparation:

The beans are cleaned of impurities and broken or rotten (blackened) grains. Then put the grains in cold water to soften (several hours).

Boil the beans with an onion cut in half and a bouquet of dried dill. When the beans are cooked (peeled from the berries), remove the onion and dill, then remove the berries by straining the juice in which they boiled.

The juice is stored to thin the beaten beans. The boiled beans are passed through a strainer, obtaining a paste of puree consistency. If it is too thick, it is thinned with juice. Mix the crushed garlic as for the mujdei and the salt.

The paste obtained must be sufficiently fluid to be able to pour it into the plates.

Separately, fry the remaining onions in a pan with oil. Brown the onion and eventually add a pinch of paprika to color it.

Fry the onion and oil and pour it over the beans in the plates so that they cover the entire surface.

Serve cold with pickles, sauerkraut salad or crushed red onion by hand and salted. Beans beaten with hardened onions - fasting delicacy

His time has come I present to you the "impricinata" that I mentioned when we were talking about "Beans and the enchanted gadget": beans beaten with a lot of onions. Traditional dish from Romanian cuisine, tasty, filling and easy to make, beaten beans are perfect for fasting. There are many variants of beaten beans, but I recommend you try this one as well: with tomato broth / paste instead of paprika and with a lot of hardened onions, part of which is put inside, not only for color, but also for a plus of taste. And for the delight to be complete and to forget for sure that it is a fasting food, we serve the beaten beans with a sour salad. My favorite is the sauerkraut salad, with a little oil and pepper. On the next places come the gogoneles and / or pickled cauliflower, donuts and cucumbers.

As a preparation, it is a flower in the ear, only it takes some time. Time to soften and then boil the beans, but also for its bird, in case, like me, you have to deal only with a sieve and a wooden spoon. To make your work easier later, I recommend that you boil a double portion of beans and, after passing it, freeze it in a hermetically sealed box. It keeps perfectly and, thus, after two or three weeks of fasting, you will be able to make once again, with much less torment, a delicious beaten beans. Aaaa, let's not forget! If you want, you can serve the beaten beans as an appetizer, at a buffet table: put it on small pieces of bread (fried or not) and garnish either with a "carillon" of hardened onions, or with a piece of donut or cucumber pickled.

- dried beans 500 g
- onions 4-5 pcs. (300 g)
- 4 tablespoons sunflower oil
- garlic 1/2 capatana (20 g)
- 2 tablespoons tomato paste (100 g)
- salt pepper

Beaten beans with hardened onions, the ideal recipe for fasting

We are in Lent, and those who want to observe this period must juggle the preparations, so as not to consume the same thing every day.

One of the perfect recipes for fasting is the beaten beans with hardened onions. You must have enjoyed this preparation as a child.

If you've been afraid to do it now Beaten beans, you can stay carefree. There are some tricks to make the beans boil exactly as they should.

& Icircn first r & acircnd, you need to buy quality beans that are not old. The normal cooking time is one hour, an hour and a half.

To make it easier for you, leave the beans to soak in cold water for a day. Change the water, at least once, during this period.

If you are still not convinced that you will succeed and you do not want to fail, you can use canned white beans, ready boiled. You will save more time and your recipe will surely come out. You should know, however, that the taste of the dish will not be the same.

  • 300 g dried beans or 3 cans of boiled white beans
  • salt
  • pepper
  • garlic cloves
  • 2-3 onions
  • two tablespoons of oil
  • sweet Boya

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