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One can of beans is 1.5 cups.
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those look good.
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That blackbean chili and squash sounds delicious! I love butternut, too. I usually cook my own black beans. Do you know what the yield is on those two 15-oz cans? Is that about 3 cups of rinsed, cooked beans? Thanks!!!!
This is one of my favorite filling recipes for winter. I put this over brown rice or quinoa.
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With so many recipes out there, I'd like to encourage everyone to submit a MEAL, not just a dish, that is satisfying and under 500 calories, as balanced as possible, and of course vegetarian or vegan. Any meal welcome (breakfast, lunch, dinner...)
To get things started, here's my Chickpea Curry with rice and peas, served with tortillas (you can use chapati) and garnished with yogurt. Photo on Spark recipe page. I'm no food photographer, and my plates are huge (almost 11 inches across) so even though it might not look filling, we left the table completely satisfied!
Of course, you don't have to put a photo to submit a meal!
Looking forward to seeing some great meals that are hearty and filling in this cold weather!
Edited by: SAUMON at: 12/12/2010 (18:36)