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I recently cooked the Rio Zappe beans with sauteed onions, garlic, bay leaf,
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Posted to Thread #30064 at 3:53 pm on Jan 4, 2018
Mexican Oregano, fresh Thyme, in browned oxtails. I never soak them, they are fresh and cook up wonderfully in the slow cooker. Rancho Gordo has lots of recipes from their customers on their site, and you can bring them up from Google too.
Royal Corona, are not available right now, but they are my favorite. They cook up even bigger and each bean is like a mini baked potato. Great with smoked ham shanks, onions, garlic, bay leaves, a good meat stock in the slow cooker. They wrinkle up, get fatter, then cook up to a beautiful, heavenly, big bite bean, and they soak up the ham flavor beautifully. I like to cook my beans simple, so as to learn and enjoy each one for what it is. Later, I may expand into more complex dishes, but for now, it is all about the bean. Rancho Gordo are the best! Customer service is great!
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Other messages in this thread:
- 30064. Finally got Rancho Gordo beans! What to make? I have Cranberry & Rio Zape beans [NT] - MariaDNoCA - 1:29am on 01/04/18 (2)
- The cranberry beans are a delight! - judy-mass - 12:15pm on 01/04/18
- I recently cooked the Rio Zappe beans with sauteed onions, garlic, bay leaf, - KarenNoCA - 3:53pm on 01/04/18