Cowboy´s beans with sausage
Energy 369 kJ (88 kcal) 4 %
Sugar 1.65 g 2 %
Fats 3.35 g 5 %
Saturates 0.2 g 1 %
Sodium 0.313 g 13 %
% recommended daily amount for adults (Everything about GDA)
An excellent recipe for a quick meal that likes almost everyone.
|sunflower oil||2 tbsp + 2 tbsp for frying sausage
||28 ml||232,4 kcal|
|garlic||6 cloves||30 g||33 kcal|
|onion||1 large or 2 middle size||100 g||41,1 kcal|
|sweet paprika||1 tsp||4 g||11,3 kcal|
|ground cumin||1/4 tsp||0.5 g||0 kcal|
|grounded black pepper||1/4 tsp||1 g||0 kcal|
|peeled tomatoes in juice||canned about 400 g
||400 g||86,9 kcal|
|tarragon vinegar||1 tbsp||10 ml||2,2 kcal|
|granulated sugar||1/2 tbsp||6 g||24,1 kcal|
|salt||1/2 tsp to taste||6 g||0,3 kcal|
|canned red kidney beans||1 can, preferably baked in tomato sauce
||400 g||396 kcal|
|canned white kidney beans||1 can, preferably baked in tomato sauce
||400 g||252,2 kcal|
|sausages||any sausage to taste||150 g||273 kcal|
- Saute onion on sunflower or olive oil at 120° C. Then add the paprika, cumin and pepper.
- Saute everything less than a minute and add the canned peeled tomatoes. Simmer 3 - 5 minutes at very low heat and stir frequently.
- Add the tarragon vinegar, salt, sugar and beans with brine. Cook everything and mix well. You can stew a bit, but this is not necessary because the beans are already soft in the can.
- In a pan with a little oil fry the sausages at low temperature - about 120° C. Then put on absorbent tissues, to drain excess fat.
- Stir sausage into beans and you've done.
- If you like hot add a little chilli.
Serve with crusty bread or pastries.
Choose beans very carefully, some of them are very expensive, but the taste is almost the same.