Comments: Full of Beans: Black Bean Cakes With Poblano Sage Cream Sauce

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Nice. It's definitely bean weather. And this sauce sounds yummy.

to help make the cakes tastier why not saute the onions, substitute fresh garlic for the powder, saute that too then add the spices to the saute for a minute or so. Throw the beans in and let them soak up the flavors and dry out a bit. Then proceed with the mashing and mixing.

to help make the cakes tastier why not saute the onions, substitute fresh garlic for the powder, saute that too then add the spices to the saute for a minute or so. Throw the beans in and let them soak up the flavors and dry out a bit. Then proceed with the mashing and mixing.

to help make the cakes tastier why not saute the onions, substitute fresh garlic for the powder, saute that too then add the spices to the saute for a minute or so. Throw the beans in and let them soak up the flavors and dry out a bit. Then proceed with the mashing and mixing.

something else to consider, though I'm not sure if it will work. Soak beans but don't cook them and make the black bean cakes falafel style.

Excellent recipe.... the 'something' that they are missing i found in a sauce from Costa Rica called Lizano. You can find this sauce at www.costaricanstore.com. This is their most popular condament sauce and it can be used to give anything a special flavor. I am a poor collage student and me and my friends live on black beans and rice; add some of this to your black beans, eggs, or roast chicken and you will be in heaven! Hope this helps and enjoy.

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