Yesterday we brought you the gluten free, vegan version of green beer. In keeping with the St. Patrick’s Day festivities, we found this awesome recipe for vegan, gluten free corned beef hash on lemmingtrail. The interesting main ingredient here is adzuki beans.
Adzuki beans, also commonly referred to as azuki beans, originate from Asia and are usually cooked and served with rice. They contain a sweeter flavor than most beans, and are commonly used in a macrobiotic diet. You can commonly find these beans at Whole Foods or your local natural foods store.
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1/2 cup cooked aduki beans
2 tablespoons olive oil
4 teaspoons soy sauce (make sure you get the gluten free kind)
2 tablespoons tahini
1/2 cup diced potato
1/2 diced onion
First put in 1 tablespoon olive oil. Heat to medium high, and cook the diced onion until it’s browned and a little caramelized. Next, mash up the aduki beans with a fork in a bowl, then pour them into the onion mixture, adding the other tablespoon olive oil. Mix in the soy sauce and tahini and potato, and cook for like 10 minutes until the entire thing is crispy.
Don’t forget to serve with your favorite gluten free beer!
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