If you’re looking for the final puzzle piece for your Thanksgiving spread, this festive recipe from @countercollaborative is for you.
This recipe takes casamiento (Salvadoran rice and beans) to new heights by featuring large, meaty Ayocote Morado beans and red chile-based Mole Coloradito.
Oaxaca's best-known chocolatey Mole Negro forms the backbone of this dish, enveloping creamy and meaty Ayocote Morado beans.
We teamed up with our favorite Latin American pantry brand, Loisa, to bring you our spin on habichuelas guisadas, classic Puerto Rican stewed red beans with squash.
The earthiness of the walnuts contrasts the brighter flavors of lemon and pomegranate molasses, and creamy Cannellini beans tie it all together.
This dish from @countercollaborative comes together quickly, but makes a big visual impact and is bursting with flavor.
@cookwithjackie pairs tender cranberry beans with a toasty brown butter and sage sauce to enhance the natural nuttiness of the beans and make them Thanksgiving-ready.
This festive recipe from @cookwithjackie pairs naturally buttery beans with sweet and peppery parsnips, heavy cream, and spices.
We teamed up with our favorite Latin American pantry brand, Loisa, to bring you our spin on habichuelas negras, classic Puerto Rican stewed black beans.
The real joy of dried beans is much the same as homemade stock: you can make them to suit your tastes. I’m partial to cranberry beans, but this recipe works with nearly any type.
This sheet-pan meal from @theonlypodge combines savory, roasted fennel and rich, nutty Mayocoba beans, which come together in an unexpected way.
These bean and cheese enchiladas are kid-approved in my household. I love the creamy salsa verde that makes these "suizas," and here, I use beans instead of the traditional shredded chicken.
Here's a bean dish that bridges the summer and fall seasons by featuring nutty beans and blistered cherry tomatoes, baked together with lots of olive oil until bubbly and golden.
This recipe from @cookwithjackie shows there’s nothing more satisfying than crispy, fried food and a flavorful dipping sauce.
If you like gigantes plaki (baked giant beans), you’ll love this traditional dish with cranberry beans that embodies simplicity at its best.
The most summery and fresh that baked beans can get, loaded with fresh dill and a zingy sauce that envelops the beans.
A saucy main course featuring shrimp and beans with tomatoes and feta. Add an optional splash of ouzo to the pan for a little extra oomph.
This pasta salad was inspired by our favorite Italian hoagie fix-ins – pepperoncini, salami, cheese, tomato, and fresh herbs. Chickpeas add an extra oomph of texture and nutrition.
This make-ahead salad is hearty without being heavy, perfect for picnics and hot and active summer days.
This recipe from @diningwithcourt tastes like summer in a bowl and uses tender beans instead of seafood – a genius spin that's bursting with flavor and texture.
We teamed up with Hayden Flour Mills to make from-scratch bean tostadas – a kitchen project with minimal lift that can deliver what may be the most flavorful tostadas you've ever had.
Tender yet firm Flageolet beans and crunchy chicories are the perfect palette for the juicy and bright floral dressing.
A summery one-dish meal that you don’t need to overthink.
Tangy and sinus-clearing like sopa de lima, consomé de barbacoa, and Tex-Mex tortilla soup.
I set out to make a really great bean dip using nutty Alubia beans that would be ...
Rae Pellegrino’s take on marinated beans is innovative and addictive, and gives us elevated seven-layer bean dip vibes.
We partnered with our friends at Spicewalla to highlight regional bean varieties and regional BBQ flavors, taken to new heights when paired together.
The springiest of salads! Delicate Flageolet beans, crunchy radishes, and tender herbs, all come together in a salty and tangy dressing. We like it spooned over crusty bread.
Pasta alla Genovese, but with a twist. The Flageolet adds a satisfying heartiness and the Fusilli is the ideal pasta shape for holding onto the vibrant green sauce.
Loosely inspired by the beloved dish spaghetti al limone, creamy beans are bathed in a bright sauce bursting with lemon flavor, and topped with fresh ricotta and basil.
Inspired by Chicken Basquaise – a chicken and pepper stew from the Basque-Pyrenees in southwest France – this one-pan dinner gets the very French addition of Flageolet beans.
This one pot dish – inspired by the classic potatoes au gratin – hits all the marks: it's creamy, luscious, and delicious; takes no time at all to prepare, and is great for both dinner parties or weeknights.
We love a good hearty beef stew – so thought, why not add some large, beefy Ayocote Morados to complement the tender beef, soak up all those flavors, and pare down the amount of meat?
While recipes vary slightly, the fundamentals of this hearty Cuban stew are the same: red beans, a few different smoky meats, sazón, and veggies like squash and potatoes.
A showstopping holiday recipe to cook for loved ones. While not technically confit by definition, we love this idea of slowly roasting already cooked beans in lots of oil and with festive aromatics.
This savory crostata features a tasty filling of white beans, cheese, herbs, and fall vegetables. Remember the best crostatas have a certain charm from their imperfect appearance!