For these days of Lent, #MeatlessMonday gives you the best options for cooking. Today, it is the traditional and well-known bean soup.
This classic Lenten dish is very easy to prepare, has a wide variety of properties and adapts to any lifestyle.
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Broad beans for any day
Fava beans have great properties and nutrients. They are an important source of fiber and have a high percentage of folic acid, which helps the growth of new cells, prevents anemia and produces red blood cells.
Likewise, it contains vitamin B1, minerals such as copper, phosphorous, iron, manganese, magnesium, zinc and potassium.
We leave you the recipe so you don’t miss the opportunity to try it.
1 1/1 cup green beans
4 tomatoes, chopped into small squares
2 garlic cloves
1 teaspoon of chicken broth
1 sprig of coriander
A liter of water
Optional: cooked nopales
In a frying pan with oil, fry the onion and garlic, add the tomato, a cup of water, and the chicken broth. Let it cook for a few minutes.
Add the beans and coriander, if you want you can add the nopales. Then, add the liter of water and cook over medium heat for 20 minutes. Remove from heat and let cool.
And voilá, serve your delicious bean soup with nopales in deep plates. Remember that the latter are optional and the recipe can be adapted depending on your lifestyle.
Tip: you can eat it with bread or tortillas, depending on your preferences.”
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