Are you using Pinterest? The online bulletin board for things you find interesting on the internet is a perfect way to keep all of your favorite online recipes in one place. It’s a useful resource to discover new recipes and inspiration for your cooking. Gone are the days of bookmarking sites and printing out single recipes to create your own collection of recipes, although, it’s still handy to print out a recipe for easier reading while working in the kitchen.
We’ve been busy on Pinterest ourselves with boards for all three of our types of beans and recipes by category. You can find Randall Beans boards with collections of our own recipes and bean recipes from around the web. Here are a few of the latest recipes we’ve pinned.
This recipe combines pinto beans, ripe avocados and brown rice in a healthy burrito. Cumin and salsa verde provide authentic Mexican style flavors without being too spicy. Fresh orange and lime juice give it a bit of bite. It’s a great recipe for a quick lunchtime meal.
In a creative twist on baked potatoes, beans are mixed into cheese sauce which is drizzled onto the potato. The recipe calls for sweet potatoes but this would work on russet potatoes as well. It’s an elegant dish hearty enough to serve for dinner with a salad or chicken breast.
This white bean chicken chili is ideal for a weekend meal. You can customize it based on what you have in your pantry and play with the flavors. Chicken, peppers and beans provide the foundation for chili while the addition of Greek yogurt at the end adds a tangy zip. Using a crockpot cuts down on the amount of standing and stirring over the stove.
Anything you could ever dream of is on Pinterest. The food and recipe boards are a great way to expand your recipe collection. What are your favorite boards to follow on Pinterest?
Try some of our favorite bean recipes like White Chicken Chili with Great Northern White Beans, Family Ham & Beans or Southwest Black Bean & Quinoa Salad for dinner tonight!