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Bean meal at Multicooker

Bean meal at Multicooker


I connected the Multicooker to the power source and put in the big pot about 500 ml of water. I selected BOIL and waited for the water to start boiling. In the meantime I chose the beans, I broke it in 2-3 and when the water started to boil I washed the beans and put it in water with a little salt. When the water started to boil the Multicooker was set automatically for 30 minutes. I let the beans boil for 30 minutes but being about a lot (1 kilogram) I still set once BOIL and I left it for another 15 minutes. Meanwhile I chopped the onion and made the tomato paste in the blender. When it was ready, I drained the beans in a bowl. In the multicooker pot I put 2-3 tablespoons of oil and I set FRY for 20 minutes. After 2-3 minutes I put the onion and 7 minutes before the tomato paste and the chopped garlic. I also put the beans and I set STEW for 20 minutes. At the end I put the chopped parsley.


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