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I used this recipe as a starting point. I replaced the tamari with soy sauce. Since I couldn’t find any chipotle peppers in adobe sauce, I got a hot sauce made with chipolte. I also wasn’t able to find any kale and replaced it with spinach. I also opted to pre-cook the beans in a pressure cooker, and then cook the combined dish for half an hour.
I also used purple carrots.
This kidney bean and butternut squash soup is perfect for autumn. I really appreciated the inclusion of cinnamon and cumin seeds. I chose to include the latter whole instead of crushed. I opted for fresh tomatoes instead of tinned ones, but had to use tinned corn instead of fresh. I used dried kidney beans which I soaked overnight and cooked before using. I used vegetable stock and skipped the pumpkin seeds.
The original recipe calls for topping the soup with feta. It’s quite tasty without feta; there is no reason this won’t work perfectly as a vegan recipe.
This Greek-style dish of white beans and chard/mangold also contains dill, tomatoes, and of course plenty of olive oil and garlic.
Here’s a link to a recipe for this Georgian bean dish. I used ordinary fenugreek instead of blue fenugreek as I have no idea where I can find blue fenugreek.
Here’s a recipe for ful mudammas. I substituted giant white beans for fava beans to save myself a bit of work peeling.