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Fasole Batuta, AKA Romanian Whipped White Beans

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Ingredients

Adjust Servings:
Beans:
200 g of White beans
1clove of Garlic
to taste Salt
Onions and paprika:
1 Onion
2 tbsp. of Extra Virgin olive oil
to taste Salt
to taste Grounded black pepper
1/4 tsp. of Smoked paprika
1 tbsp. of Paprika powder sweet
1/4 tsp. of Chili powder Or, hot paprika

Fasole Batuta, AKA Romanian Whipped White Beans

Features:
  • Dairy-Free
  • Gluten-Free
  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
Cuisine:
  • 25 min
  • Serves 4
  • Medium

Ingredients

  • Beans:

  • Onions and paprika:

Directions

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It’s a delicate appetizer made with white beans and topped with fried onions seasoned with three types of paprika: smoked, sweet, and spicy.

White beans are the ones you use to make this dish because they give a silky consistency and a pleasant light beige color to the dish.  The recipe recommends boiling the beans yourself using a pressure cooker, cooking in the pot is also an option. If you are short on time, canned white beans can be used instead.

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Steps

1
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To make 600g of boiled beans, use 200g of dried white beans. Soak the beans in plenty of cold water for 24 hours, changing the water periodically. Before cooking, drain and rinse the beans under running water. Next, place them in a pressure cooker with double the amount of water, bring to a boil, skim off any foam and then close the pressure cooker. Bring the pressure back up and cook the beans for one hour. Alternatively, you can boil the beans in a pot, adjusting the cooking time based on their dryness. The beans should be soft enough to be easily crushed between your fingers.

2
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While the beans are boiling, prepare the onions and paprika. Cut the onions into half rings. Heat olive oil in a medium frying pan, add the onions and sauté for about 15 minutes until they are soft and slightly caramelized. Once the onions are done, add salt, pepper and paprika to taste and stir.

3
Done

After letting the beans cool down, transfer them to a food processor. Add some garlic and a pinch of salt, then process everything until you achieve a smooth puree. Give it a taste and add more salt if needed. Finally, strain the puree through a sieve to obtain a creamy texture with no lumps.

4
Done

Arrange the bean cream neatly on a flat plate and place the onions and paprika in the center. The appetizer can be served!
Bon Appétit!

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