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A friend just gave me a bucket full of Madagascar Beans.
Basically a tropical Lima
Im aware they have cyanide in them and I will need to soak and change water and cook well.
I was thinking Hommus,falafel ,Greek bean stew (baked)
Anyone have any recipes its such a productive bean its worth having and that requires recipes to use it up.
Can’t help Snags but will be watching responses with interest.
Ive been googling
They are refereed to as buttery and chestnut flavoured….. sounds good
and a broad bean substitute for the tropics.
A friend makes veggie burgers but says they are a bit moist and require something like bread crumbs or potatoes to firm them up.
Ive also got a million pigeon peas so its going to be a bit of fun experimenting
Maybe a falafel and definitely some dahl maybe even with sprouted peas.
I think you can put them in casseroles.
maybe a Greek bean bake (Gigantes Plaki)