Moringa white beans stew
Like most beans, white varieties are typically very high in fibre, also a protein source, high in potassium, folate, vitamins C and B6, calcium, and iron, which can make them attractive meat substitute for vegetarians. On the other hand and only adapted for meat lovers, loading baked beans with animal fat or meat may even outweigh their attributes.
Preparation time: 2h30 min
Ingredients for 4 people
- 300 gr white beans
- 1/5 a head of garlic
- 300gr of Pork ribs
- 1/5 onion
- 2 Bay Leaves
- Mild Paprika
- 1 tomato
- “Waka” Moringa Stenopetala powder to taste
- Olive oil
Put the beans in water the night before.
Bring the white beans to boil in a pot with the ½ head of garlic and the 2 bay leaves. Cook over low heat for approximately 2 hours
Boil separately the tomato until the skin soften enough to be shelled. Crush the tomato and add the paste to the rest of the ingredients.
Fry the pork ribs in a pan until they light golden. Then add to the rest of ingredients.
Sautée the onion in the same pan. When softened, add mild paprika to taste, mix them all and add to the cooking pot with the beans. Add salt and finish cooking.
After cooking time add Waka “moringa Stenopetala” powder in the pot and well mix before serving.
Recipe by Xabier Ugarte “Flow of Life”