Cannellini Beans

Cannellini Beans

These simple homemade cannellini beans is such a great dish that my mom taught me how to do. It can feed a lot, cheap, healthy, and fills you up. It too pairs nicely with anything- rice, veggies, or just on its on.
It is such a simple recipe

Ingredients
Tesco Cannellini Beans 500G
olive oil
onions
garlic
green onions/chives
3 bouillon cubes (I used beef but can use whatever)
salt/pepper

Direction
– Soak Cannellini Beans overnight
– Drain Cannellini Beans and refill with water (well above the Cannellini Beans)
– Add bouillon cubes
– On side sauté onions, garlic and green onions in olive oil (or any other things you want in it) place with Cannellini Beans
– Leave on stove for about an hour or until the beans have become mushy.
Then it is ready to serve. It is that easy and it stores so well as well if there is leftovers.

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These beans are low-fat, high in fiber and provide a high quality of magnesium, fiber, iron and folate.

When boiled long enough, cannellini beans lose their toxicity and become a real super food with numerous nutritional and health benefits.

Cannellini beans are a goldmine of antioxidants which are molecules that provide numerous health benefits. Antioxidants are thought to protect your skin and the rest of your body from free radicals, destructive atoms that invade and damage cells.

In addition to providing antioxidants that help keep your skin wrinkle-free, cannellini beans deliver an abundant supply of copper and plant-based healthy protein which are among the best nutrients for fighting wrinkles.

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