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Known for its pungent flavor, epazote is an herb typically used to add flavor to popular Mexican dishes, such as black beans, quesadillas, soups, tamales and enchiladas.
Plantains are ripe when the skin is mostly yellow with a few black speckles. In this stage of ripeness, plantains have lost some of its starch and have become slightly sweet. Ripe plantains are usually pan fried but can be grilled, boiled and baked as well. For recipes that use ripped plantains, pick those plantains that are ripen but not soft to the touch.
In addition to the crisp red peppers in this meatless side salad containing vitamin C, the beans are also an excellent source of fiber.
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