Molded beaten beans
- 300 g dried beans
- 3 cloves of garlic
- 2-3 tablespoons of oil
Ingredients for the top layer
- 100 g broth
- 150 ml oil
- 2-3 large onions
- donuts in sauce or vinegar
- cauliflower walled
If you want to make beaten beans, a classic Moldovan recipe, you need simple ingredients that you always have on hand in the kitchen.
For a delicious taste we recommend using dried beans. They should be left to soak for about 24 hours, during which time it is good to change the water 2-3 times. After the beans have swelled, you have to boil it well, so that you can turn it into a fasting bean stew. If you have a classic pot, depending on the hardness of the grains, this operation can take up to 3-4 hours. Usually, however, in no more than 2 hours you should have everything good to prepare.
If you have a modern pot, such as a multicooker that cooks under pressure, this operation will take about 30 minutes, after which you can start preparing garlic stew with garlic.
Drain the water from the beans first and keep a cup of it aside, in case you want to get a creamier texture. Then, to continue this bean recipe, take the boiled beans well, place them in a bowl, add the crushed garlic, oil, salt and pepper and pass everything as well as possible with a vertical blender. You can also do this operation using a meat grinder or all kinds of modern robots. If you want to make a beaten bean as creamy as possible, add more water kept from boiling.
After you have homogenized everything and obtained that desired consistency for beaten beans (bean caviar), place the mixture in a larger bowl or in smaller containers and you can start preparing the sauce with onion and broth to place. over.
To continue this recipe of beaten beans, in a pan , add 150 ml of oil, then, when it has heated up, place the onion, let it harden a little, then add the broth, salt and pepper. . Leave everything on low heat for about 10-15 minutes, then add the mixture over the beaten bean paste with garlic that you have previously prepared.
After you have made these fasting beans, keep them cold, and when you eat them they will go very well with donuts in sauce or vinegar, with pickled cauliflower or other such preserves that you like.
This recipe for beans beaten with onions is a simple and tasty one. It can also be consumed during fasting, because it does not contain meat or animal protein. It's simple to make, being that classic rubbed bean recipe, just like it used to be.