Categories:Dried and Canned Bean Recipes Mexican Salsa
White Aztec Beans are large white heirloom beans that are native to the American Southwest and Mexico. These beans are noted for their high protein, high mineral, low fat, and high fiber content. If you can not find these beans, any large dried white bean may be substituted, such as cannelloni beans.
Karen purchases her heirloom and other dried beans from Purcell Mountain Farm which is a family-operated farm located above the Kootenai River Valley at the foothills of the Purcell Mountain Range. It is nestled in the Northeastern-most part of Idaho. Karen says, “I love their dried beans because they come from the farm directly to you. Their service is excellent and fast. Because their dried beans are so fresh, I have never had to soak any of the varieties I have tried. They usually cook within an hour and are ready to add to your recipe.”
White Aztec Beans with Salsa Verde Recipe:
Salsa Verde Recipe:
3/4 cup extra-virgin olive olive oil
1/2 cup freshly-chopped
1 tablespoon mixed herbs (rosemary, thyme, and mint)
2 anchovy fillets, chopped*
2 teaspoons of chile caribe**
3/4 cup finely-chopped shallot
Fresh-squeezed lemon juice, to taste
Coarse salt and freshly-ground black pepper
* Use only good-quality Spanish or Portuguese anchovies in your recipes. Anchovy paste may be substituted (approximately two inches squeezed from the tube will provide the equivalent taste of one anchovy fillet). More anchovy fillets may be added according to your personal taste.
** Chile Caribe is simply dried chile flakes, which can be plain or flavored with garlic or other seasonings.
In a bowl, combine olive oil, parsley, mixed herbs, anchovy, chile caribe, shallot, lemon juice, salt, and pepper.
Set aside until ready to use.
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