Here’s a recipe for this dish. I pre-cooked the beans in a pressure cooker, which does nothing to stop them from absorbing the olive oil and becoming melt-in-your-mouth creamy, but ensured that they were completely cooked.
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This thick bean soup with tomato, carrot and plenty of olive oil is one of the numerous ways I make soup with dried beans. Unlike the author, I opted to pressure cook the beans until they were mostly done, then simmer them further with salt so they would absorb the flavour. When they were soft, I mashed a few with a spoon to thicken the broth. I used black-eyed beans as I had them on hand. I find this dish very tasty.
To fend off cold, I made a soup with a base of ginger, garlic, soy sauce and sesame oil. After boiling it for a few minutes, I removed the ginger and garlic. I added snow peas and carrot, then, after three minutes, sweet pepper, soba noodles and Brussels sprouts. After two minutes I added bean sprouts and let them cook for one minute before adding spring onions and serving the soup.
I served this with a side of smashed cucumber salad.