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8 servings, two cakes each
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See our on-line video, Cooking Dried Beans, for tips on cooking perfect beans!
If you don't have a food processor, blend cooked peppers, onions, cumin and salt with an electric blender instead. Transfer to a large bowl. Add the beans and rice; mash together with a potato masher. Stir in walnuts and egg, then continue as directed.
Mix rice mixture and shape into cakes as directed. Wrap tightly and freeze up to 1 month. Thaw in refrigerator before cooking as directed.
* Nutrition information is estimated based on the ingredients and cooking instructions as described in each recipe and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. Please note that nutrition details may vary based on methods of preparation, origin and freshness of ingredients used.
This recipe gets NO STARS for black bean cakes. I followed the directions exactly - the beans were undercooked, everything fell apart in the pan, I had a trashed kitchen and nothing edible to show for it. At least that night. I mixed some eggs in with the fallen apart cakes and gave my husband a 'southwest scramble" for dinner.
Not wanting to waste the huge amount of food I just prepared, I packaged my bean & rice mixture up in 2 cup servings with my food saver and threw it all in the freezer. two weeks later I found a ham bone in my freezer. wanting to do something different for dinner, I put it in a pot with this bean mix and enough water to cover it all. after cooking for a while with some added ham meat salt & pepper, this made one of the most AMAZING soups! I tried it again with a chunk of frozen ham meat and another 2 cup portion of this and it was so yummy. My husband is worried because we only have two packets of this left and he loves it so much. I will make this recipe ag
Awful! I followed the recipe exactly and they were terrible! They fell apart in the pan and were completely bland. My husband and I were excited to try these as we love black beans, but I would definitely not make these ever again.
This was quite good and very flavorful. You do not need to soak the beans, I just substituted three cans (15 oz) of black beans and it worked great-even the food processor bit! It was so good that we all had between four and six cakes, not the listed two per serving. Definitely recommend this for a great vegetarian meal!