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My Husband's Bachelor 'Baked' Beans


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Ingredients

Baked Beans

  • 1 clove of garlic
  • 2 spring onions, (or 1 small brown onion, halved)
  • 20 g olive oil
  • 1 tin of tomatoes, (or equivalent fresh)
  • 1 tin of beans of choice, (kidney, borlotti, butter beans etc)
  • 1 MC of water, (use to rinse out tomato tin and incorporate into recipe)
  • 5 g balsamic vinegar, (or Worcestershire sauce)
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Recipe's preparation

    Baked Beans
  1. Chop onion and garlic (and bacon if using) speed 6 for 3 seconds
    Scrape down, add oil and cook on Varoma for 3 minutes, speed 1
    Add tomatoes and beans to TM bowl, cook on Varoma temp, 15 minutes, reverse speed soft
    When cooking time finishes add the 5g of balsamic vinegar and mix 3 seconds, reverse speed 1
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Tip

Diced bacon can be added and cooked with the onion at garlic.

 

For an easy breakfast, steam some eggs for the remaining 7-10 minutes in the Varoma in some greased ramekins or silicon cupcake moulds, and serve with baby spinach leaves and toast.

 

 
Recipe could easily be doubled with increased cooking time to reduce down the sauce for the beans.
 


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  • I just love this recipe i

    Submitted by danni06 on 27. September 2016 - 21:17.

    I just love this recipe i make it weekly thanks for sharing

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  • Lovely flavour. I'd leave out

    Submitted by sher96 on 9. June 2016 - 15:11.

    Lovely flavour. I'd leave out the MC of water though, and only add the beans at the last minute so they stayed whole. Thank you. 

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  • Simple ingredients and really

    Submitted by Ali-Cat on 30. April 2016 - 18:06.

    Simple ingredients and really tasty.  I doubled the recipe and cooked it for 20mins.  Added dried oregano, salt and pepper.  I'm planning on making this regularly.  Thank you for sharing!

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  • My husband and I love this

    Submitted by Caitipillar on 6. April 2016 - 07:53.

    My husband and I love this recipe. I use the five bean mix from Aldi. Yum!

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  • Can these be frozen ? I'm

    Submitted by SallyT on 17. August 2015 - 14:35.

    Can these be frozen ? I'm pretty sure we won't use it all in one meal 

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  • Yumm! So versatile, thanks

    Submitted by GFThermi on 22. July 2015 - 22:06.

    Yumm! So versatile, thanks for a great recipe!

     

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  • I love this recipe, I make it

    Submitted by athenajewel on 2. July 2015 - 13:08.

    I love this recipe, I make it almost weekly! I usually add paprika and stock paste and use butter beans, because I prefer it a bit more mushed up. I have also used pickled onions as I didn't have anything else and omitted the balsamic and it works. I have even added taco spices to make a Mexican version. So versatile and so very delicious :). 

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  • these were great I added

    Submitted by jaybel87 on 2. July 2015 - 12:26.

    these were great I added balsamic and Worcestershire. Will definitely make agAin!

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  • Super delicious. I add bacon

    Submitted by Shars on 6. April 2015 - 12:51.

    Super delicious. I add bacon and chilli and also use it as a base for nachos. Thanks for this recipe.  Won't be buying baked beans again!

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  • This is a winner. I needed

    Submitted by jacksmum on 6. April 2015 - 06:58.

    This is a winner. I needed more so I doubled the beans and tomato and the thermo coped beautifully. I also added bacon and a red chilli in the first step and a couple of tsp of vegi stock and 1/2 tsp paprika as per someone else's recommendation. Nuritious and super delicious.  Thank you.

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  • These are so delish! Never

    Submitted by Gem-in-the-kitchen on 31. March 2015 - 19:31.

    These are so delish! Never going back to store bought beans ever! We never really used to eat a lot anyway, but this recipe is a regular now! Currently making it into a pasta sauce as we speak :)

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  • I've made this quite a few

    Submitted by Lorainejh on 4. March 2015 - 22:21.

    I've made this quite a few times now. It's a really delicious recipe just as it is but it is also so versatile. Just made it again today & tried it with the addition of chorizo & oven roasted capsicum, garlic & onion. YUM!!! also used 4 bean mix as I have found it holds up better than cannellini beans which can get a bit mushy! 

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  • Really nice. We followed the

    Submitted by HilaryL on 23. November 2014 - 16:30.

    Really nice. We followed the suggestion above and put some stock and chilli flakes in. 

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  • Really easy, thanks Nat!

    Submitted by Lovin' the Mix - A Thermomixin' lov on 2. August 2014 - 17:29.

    Really easy, thanks Nat!

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  • So yummy! We put half a

    Submitted by nicolethuijs on 16. June 2014 - 13:38.

    So yummy! We put half a chilli, 2 tsp of veggie stock and some paprika in it and it was amazing. We served in little tapas dishes with a poached egg on top!

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  • It's good and is one of our

    Submitted by Yummomatic on 15. March 2014 - 08:09.

    It's good and is one of our breakfast regulars now. Putting chunky bits of fried pork belly in with the tomatoes is a great variant.

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  • Wow - these we're so easy and

    Submitted by bullpitts3 on 29. September 2013 - 18:58.

    Wow - these we're so easy and really tasty. A winner in our house. :)

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  • This recipe looks awesome.

    Submitted by jen britton on 19. September 2013 - 19:09.

    This recipe looks awesome. Thanks.

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