Soup Quick Black Bean Soup Recipe – Easy Bacon Black Bean Soup by admin May 22, 2018, 10:10 am 44 Comments allrecipesappetizerbaconbeanblackchefcook...cookingeasyfoodFoodwisheshealthyjohnkitchenquickreciperecipessoup See more Previous article Chinese Recipe : Stewed Pig’s Tongue with Supreme Soy Sauce Next article south indian thali recipe | veg south indian lunch menu ideas 44 Comments Leave a Reply wait so…. why do you have the hole in the spoon?! Reply This soup is a big deal in Costa Rica. With cilantro always Reply I used to have a delicious black bean soup at Grundy's @ Berkeley, CA waterfront and they garnished black bean soup with chopped boiled egg and a lemon slice. It was a delicious 1st course with the rustic bread served before the main course of Chicken Kiev. Delicious! Good memory. Reply with the hole in the spoon you can measure 1 serving of spaghetti Reply Might use salted shiitake instead of bacon. @2:36 I know I don't have to dirty a blender but a hand blender is easy to rinse off too ^_^ Reply 💡Another YTuber (an older lady – Phyllis Stokes channel) shared how she eliminates gas from beans.💡Tip to eliminate gassy lentils / beans bring lentils / beans…she said bring the beans to a boil 3-4 times and rinse each time. By the 3rd-4th boil & rinse you will barely see any gassy bubbles on top…I did this on two different occasions over the last couple of weeks and I have to say IT WORKS – didn’t have any extra 🤪 gas!!! Reply I think that John was not in a good mood that day. Reply Ah the mindfullness of cooking. So right Reply The hole is there to measure just the right amount of pasta for one serving. Reply Yummy Reply 👍Yum….but the gas though 😩 Reply Looks good, Reply I like how you peppered in some life advice Reply The hole in the spoon, is a spaghetti measure Reply Isn't it called a Risotto spoon? Reply Gotta try this one. Your instruction vid on French omelet changed my life! Peeps love my omelets. They had no idea eggs aren't rubber fodder. And as always; ENJOY!! Reply ❤️it was deliciously 😋 Reply And I don't know much either, but I know I love you-ooh-ooh-oh-ooooohh [Aaron Neville voice]. Thanks for teaching me in this video that I can thicken soups without having to whiz them up in a blender and ruin all my good veggie texture by using a potato masher! You think that would have occurred to me by now, but it was always a binary before: chunky or blender smooth. Consider my horizons expanded! Reply The hole in the spatchela??? Its two servings of spaghetti to boil. Reply I watched this video last night and ran out and bought the few things I needed and made it. Absolutely delicious; the whole family loved it! Thanks for another great staple recipe! Reply smoked paprika works nicely if you don't have bacon Reply Fast and easy it was for dinner. I made corn bread to go with it. It was good over rice and I also used it for black bean burritos. Reply I don't have a potato masher. May I use a brick duck taped to the end of a broom handle instead? Reply Be one with the black beans .Hear the sound of one masher mashing. Reply This recipe is the real deal. I usually boil the beans from scratch addind 2 table spoon of baking soda when it's half cooked and stop the heat when the beans are still a little hard. When added to the soup, they stay intact without braking and it's super delicious. I don't mash them though. It's easy to make and the taste is like wow. One more tip, eat this soup with green onions and a nice fresh baguette. Reply Great recipe! I made this for dinner tonight. To stretch it for my family I spooned it over rice, a little sour cream too refreshing! Reply This recipe saved my life. Reply substitute the masher with a stick blender and I approve. Reply Oh the Zen of smashing blackbeans! Reply only a gringo vendaho puts green onions in Mexican food!…….. bullshit!!!! Reply Cilantro is never nice! Reply You make YouTube recipes fun to watch. Thank you for remembering that food is fun. Reply chuckles The hole in the spatula is for measuring pasta, it's supposed to be the perfect size for spaghetti for a single portion. Reply Faster black bean soup–a can of black beans, water, a few dashs of onion and garlic poudre, salt, some cayenne. Microwave. Reply So we've been chillin' down here in Florida at currently 63 degrees – brrr! lol I thought today would be a great day to make this soup and it was dee- lish!! Thank you Chef John!:) Reply do you need to have the onions and bacon? Progresso discontinued their black bean soup and i'm trying to find a replacement. Reply the hole in the spoon is for measuring spagetti, right? didnt i read or see that somewhere.. Reply I made this for my husband and I…we liked it very much! Awesome, thanks! Reply This is one of the more thorough cooking channels. Very good job sr. Reply If you skip the bacon and the sour cream this could be a very healthy choice Reply instead of bacon i put dried chorizo . so good. Reply I think the hole in the wooden spoon is to help in mixing. When he stirs the pot some of the soup moves aside and some goes through the hole. Reply Definitely love you humor about smashing your beans <3 Reply Hey Chef. Quick question. Canned beans look so much better than cooked dry beans, and in my opinion, they taste better as well. If I try to cook dry beans from scratch, some of the skins fall off, and they end up looking horrible, and for some reason, the taste isn't there either. Should I not pre-soak them? Or perhaps just a few hours of pre-soaking is sufficient? What's your dry bean secret that will let me cook up some good-looking beans with actual flavor? Thank you. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.