A bean recipe for every taste:
Soak the dried beans in enough water in about 12 hours (maybe for one night). Later, drain the beans, soften in salted water in about 1 hr, then drain. Clean, rinse and chop the peppers into small cubes. Remove the peel from the onions and chop them. Remove the peel from the garlic. Heat the oil in a saucepan and roast the mince, stirring, for 5 minutes. Stir in the peppers and onions, add the garlic. Continue to cook at a low temperature for 10 min, stirring frequently. Season heartily with chili, cumin, salt and oregano. Add the tomatoes with their juice and mash them. Add the broth and beans and simmer in an open saucepan for about 15 minutes on low heat. Stir frequently. Rinse the cilantro or parsley, shake dry, chop the leaves and mix into the chili. Taste if necessary. Serve with baguette or stuffed into tacos.
According to recent findings, it is known that legumes – prepared “al dente” (i.e. not boiled several times) and consumed in normal amounts – have little effect on blood sugar. However, if you are not sure and want to gain experience, you should check your blood sugar before and after the meal to see to what extent kidney beans affect your blood sugar, and to what extent you should cover them with insulin or tablets. According to the Dt.