Haricot Beans with Turkish Sausage Recipe(Sucuklu Kuru fasulye)

Saturday, October 23, 2010

I was busy last days with a lot of things including some dates;)
it is pity that i just dont have enough time to cook. I try to follow a lot of blogs and try not to miss anything but unfortuantely sometimes i do. One of them is green girl and her recipe Bulghur pilaf recipe, i got upset when i recognized late. It is really look tasty.
And if i dont comment at your recipes ,doesnt mean i dont read, i defintely enjoy to read all of bloggers recipes , and try to follow as much as i can, just not enough time for everything.. Today dish is great Haricot beans which is a King at Turkish cuisine..
Haricot beans which has lots of type a kinda national dish of Turkey:) especially when the cool weather starts , at almost every home legume dishes are cooked include haricot beans.

And it is very healthy food which is rich carbohydrate, protein, and B vitamins.
When you ask someone here where to eat Kuru fasulye, they will all tell you "Comlek". It started in istanbul with a small place and now, they have big place to serve it. Their kuru fasulye is best in Istanbul. If you ever visit in Istanbul , dont forget to eat kuru fasulye at Comlek.

500 gr haricot beans
2 onions finely chopped
2 green pepper chopped
1 carrot sliced
15-20 sliced Turkish sausage
1 table sp tomato paste
red pepper

Boil haricot beans for 30 min, if you use canned ,you dont need to boil.
Drain water. At the another pot, cook onion with oil for few min, add one by one all ingredients, green pepper,turkish sausage,tomato paste, mix it some , and add haricot beans. Add hot water on it, it should cover the haricot beans. Add salt and red pepper. Cook 25 min.
I reccomend you to serve it with pilaf.
Bon appetit..


Torviewtoronto said...

simply yummy

Greg said...

This sounds good. I will have to try this.

Dimah said...

This sounds look a wonderful combination! Thanks for sharing!

Treat and Trick said...

Sounds healthy and delicious...

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