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Gluten Free Butter Beans with Pepper & Parsley

Parve, Vegan, Yeast & Dairy Free

Enough for 2

I invented this concoction when a vegan friend turned up and I was looking for something quick and easy to give him with a the accompaniments we were having for dinner.

You can see a different way of using the same ingredients under starters


420g (14oz) Tin of Butter Beans
1 medium Red Pepper
10 stems Fresh Parsley (approx)
2-3 cloves of garlic
2 tbsp olive oil
2 tbsp water
Seasoning


Cut the pepper in half and remove the seeds, Grill for 4 minutes to soften.

Set aside and allow to cool. Drain the butter beans and rinse under cold water.  

Peel and chop the garlic

Remove the skin from the pepper, finely chop the pepper and the parsley.

Place the beans in a pan on the hob

Add these together with oil, water and seasoning to the pan and warm through stirring to meld the flavours together.  

Serve with fresh vegetables - something green for contrast and a starch (rice or quinoa is good) or allow to cool and serve as a bean salad with other salads.