satya - 1/12/2014 10:56:27 AM
Kidney Beans - 1 or 2 cans Onions Cilantro Oil Brown sugar Garlic Pepper Tomato sauce 1 small can Sugar (to brown it) 1 cup of water //Optionally Green bell pepper Carrots Potato
satya - 1/12/2014 10:59:14 AM
Main process steps
Brown sugar in oil Brown Onions Add tomato sauce Couple of minutes Add beans (don't drain) Add Garlic, Pepper, Salt Add bell pepper, small cut carrots, potato Add a cup of water 15 minutes Mash the beans a little to add to the sauce Add cilantro 15 minutes
satya - 1/12/2014 10:59:30 AM
by itself or rice
satya - 1/12/2014 11:00:39 AM
You know you got it when
it has that rustic wood smoke taste (because of browned sugar) it is a bit sweet the sauce absorbed the mashed beans to make it a touch thicker than water
satya - 1/12/2014 11:01:31 AM
Key process steps
Brown the sugar Adding tomato sauce first in the process Mashing the beans a little Adding a cup of water
satya - 1/12/2014 11:01:58 AM
I may try adding a touch curry powder after browning the sugar...
satya - 1/12/2014 11:12:09 AM
Not sure where this practice came from. I don't know the level of unhealthy-ness. Here is how it works.
Use an oil that has a higher boiling point than say olive oil. So like a vegetable oil or canola oil.
Heat 4 to 5 table spoons of oil in a pan or a pot or any of your cherished or pampered instruments. Either early or during the heating process add 1 table spoon of sugar (I really don't know the exact amount) to that oil. Continue to heat it until the sugar turns brown to blackish.
Add onions or whatever follows this browning process.
Why do this?
well it gives a woody flavor to what you cook. Especially protein based items such as chicken or beans.