BAKED PEPPER BEANS(BREAKFAST)

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HELLO FOLKS. How’s it going ? Hope my recipes are making a change in your life 😉

I particularly like my breakfasts sweet though occasionally I do like to change things up by opting for white bread sandwiches or baked beans on toast. So earlier I used to eat the ready made baked beans tin, which was filled with preservatives and was high on salt and sugar.This made me feel bloated, which ended up making me hate myself. I needed a better option!

This leads us to our recipe of the week BAKED PEPPER BEANS. This is a fresh, preservative-free and delicious way to enjoy the classic baked beans on toast for breakfast, which gives you the nutrition needed to start your day.It is a simple, quick and wholesome recipe. Great for you and your family.

TIME: 15 minutes

Serves 1

INGREDIENTS:

1 1/2 cup pre-boiled Red Kidney Beans

2 Garlic Cloves- chopped

2 medium-sized Tomatoes-pureed

1 tsp Black pepper powder

1 tsp Dried Parsley

1 tsp Olive Oil

Salt (as required)

Water (a sprinkle)

HOW TO PREPARE:

In a pan add the olive oil on medium heat. Add in the chopped garlic, saute till the smell goes away.

Add in the pureed tomatoes , mix and cover the pan with a lid to cook the tomatoes for 3-4 minutes. Remove the lid, add in the salt, black pepper and beans.

Put on slow for a few minutes , add water to adjust consistency. Switch off the gas and garnish with parsley.

Serve with your choice of toast, i.e- Rye/whole wheat/Protein bread etc.

Personally I like it just as it is or maybe with some warm multi-grain bread.

Try it and share your love.

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