About the Recipe
Homemade baked beans taste so much better and are much healthier for you than tinned ones… I also had another trick up my sleeve.
@boldbeanco !!! I was fortunate enough to be gifted these beans by this awesome company. It’s taken me a while to get round to cooking with them but boy was it worth it.
Their sustainability credentials are great and align very well with my ethos. My three big tips on eating more sustainably include:
1. Reduce food waste
2. Eat less meat
3. Eat better meat
These delicious beans are a great substitute for meat, providing you with essential proteins and nutrients to keep you going throughout the day. Oh, did I say they’re delicious?
They’re sourced from organic farms in Europe to ensure the tastiest beans possible all while looking after the environment and avoiding the aviation industry for their transport.
1 jar of @boldbeanco organic white beans
1/2 a shallot, finely diced
1 clove of garlic, minced
1 tbsp tomato paste
Spices (I went for about a 1 tbsp mix of smoked paprika, Aleppo chilli flakes, cumin, and turmeric)
Fry your shallot on a medium-low heat for 5 minutes or until translucent. Add your garlic, tomato paste, and spices and cook on a low heat for another minute or two until fragrant
Then go in with your beans and give them a good stir. You don’t need to add any liquids if using @boldbeanco beans as they come in a delicious stock