How To Turn Leftover Cooked Beans Into Hummus Recipe Waste Not

21 hours ago · 120g cooked beans (borlotti, cannellini, butter, adzuki, etc) 2 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil Sea salt . Optional extras Lemon juice, cider vinegar, crushed garlic and/or tahini , all to taste . Optional toppings Extra-virgin olive oil, dukkah, za’atar, toasted seeds, crushed nuts and/or fresh or dried herbs , all to taste . Put the cooked beans and oil in a blender with any extra …

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To save energy, I like to soak and cook a big batch of pulses in the pressure cooker for the week ahead, to provide an economical foundation for our daily … How to turn leftover cooked beans into ‘hummus’ – recipe Waste not Read More »

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How to turn leftover cooked beans into ‘hummus’ – recipe Waste not. Mar 19, 2022. Leftover beans and pulses are easily whipped up into a tasty puree by whizzing them with sea salt, extra-virgin olive oil and a squeeze of lemon. To save energy, I like to soak and cook a big batch of pulses in the pressure cooker for the week ahead, to

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T o save energy, I like to soak and cook a big batch of pulses in the pressure cooker for the week ahead, to provide an economical foundation for our daily meals. But by the end of the week, especially if plans have changed, we might be left with a lot to use up. (The same goes for tinned beans: if only part of a tin is needed for a particular dish, we need to find a use for the rest.)

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Add a bit more liquid (water, olive oil, and/or lemon juice), but go slowly: It's much easier to thin hummus that's too thick than to thicken it with …

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So we start with dried Garbanzo Beans (aka chick peas). I am using about 3 cups of dry beans. Soak them over night, or up to 20 hours'ish. Then rinse, put in a pot, and add water a few inches above the beans. Bring them to a low boil, until the starch bubbles into a foam.

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Purée Leftover Beans. Likewise, you can purée leftover beans or defrosted beans. Some recipes actually benefit from a softer texture. Try giving white beans a whirl in the blender with some garlic, tahini and olive oil for a hummus-like dip. A pot of soft white beans from earlier in the week can be simmered in stock, perhaps with a few

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1. Soak Your Own Beans It’s not hard to put some water over dry, petite bean nuggets. To avoid buying canned beans, you have to know how to make them, and …

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2. Hummus-Crusted Chicken. Smear the dip over a chicken breast for dinner tonight and you’ll wonder why you ever used a flour-and-egg mixture. Garlicky hummus creates a thin crust on the meat

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Those leftover beans were gone in a flash! So now when I make great northern beans we’ll go ahead & enjoy them as a side dish that night. Maybe even reuse them as a side another night too. But then I’ll bring out my blender, add my spices and make them into leftovers that are fun to eat! There’s never ( EVER) leftover hummus in our Household.

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Put the beans into the bowl of a food processor. Add the lemon juice, cumin, garlic, tahini paste, and salt and pepper, to taste. Turn the processor on and slowly pour in the olive oil.

Author: George Duran
Steps: 2
Difficulty: Easy

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Hummus is also an excellent substitute for mayonnaise in just about every recipe. Use it in place of mayo on turkey sandwiches, chicken salad, and even tuna salad. Using it on a pita to make a chicken pita with lots of fresh veggies for lunch can make for a delicious meal. Not only does it taste better, but it is also a lot healthier than mayo.

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Hummus for a new dip. Here’s one way to make a chickpea dip with leftover hummus. Take 1 ½ cups of hummus in an over-safe baking dish, drizzle 2 tbsp of melted butter on top of it, add 2 tbsp of toasted pine nuts on it, and sprinkle a pinch of red pepper flakes on the top. Bake in the oven at 400˚ until all of the butter is absorbed.

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Can you make hummus from any legume?

Although "hummus" literally means "chickpeas" in Arabic, you can make hummus from any kind of cooked legume you like: chickpeas, black beans, white beans, soy beans, green peas, yellow lentils, etc.

What to do with leftover beans?

To make a quick soup, reheat the beans with their broth and toss in some cooked chicken, a couple of handfuls of baby spinach and a shake or two of your favorite hot sauce for a completely different meal. Of course, you can always make hummus with the leftover beans, too. I love hummus.

What can i do with leftover hummus?

Use store-bought crostini (or make your own ), top it with warmed roast beef or other meat, and add a little warm hummus to the top. Although technically an appetizer, it can be a small snack, too. A steak and hummus sandwich is also a great lunch or light dinner meal.

Can you make hummus from canned chickpeas?

Although "hummus" literally means "chickpeas" in Arabic, you can make hummus from any kind of cooked legume you like: chickpeas, black beans, white beans, soy beans, green peas, yellow lentils, etc. Yes, you can totally cook your own if you want to—you don't have to use canned, it's just the easiest option.

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