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Beans On Toast

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Beans On Toast

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Ingredients

  • 1 can of beans
  • 2 slices of bread

Method

    1. Empty beans into saucepan and warm through
    2. While you are warming your beans toast your bread
    3. cut bread in half and pour over beans
    4. VOILA

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yokiepud's picture

to save more time would it be possible to heat the beans in a microwave using a suitable container or would this impair their flavour?

grrl23's picture
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Runny beans are disgusting!
If you want a great beans on toast you need to simmer the beans for at least twenty minutes until the sauce thickens. I sometimes add marmite to the toast or chilli to the beans.

briangs36's picture
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Try frying some streaky bacon put to one side, put beans in frying pan with a small amount of the fat left in the pan, break the bacon into small pieces and add back to the beans. you can put this on your toast dry or buttered, or even with bread and butter

ianbrown2109's picture

Thought I'd speed the cooking process up a bit, but the beans
made a right mess of the toaster.

lizag83's picture
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scrumptious!!! add some mexican cheese and pop under the grill until just melted :-)

sweetmummy's picture

My husband can't stop raving about this dish. I didn't have any bread so i left it out out apart from that I stuck to the recipe exactly still turned out fab. Thank you Dick this one is in my binder. ;-D

jacquieljd's picture

Spice it up a bit, take half a can of beans - add 4 large spoons sweet chilli sauce and mix in - with the other half of beans put in another pot and add 3 table spoons of Tabasco sauce - still top the sweet and spicy chilli beans with full flavour cheese
viola

jemima-puddleduck's picture

WOW.....never heard of this dish b4.....well impressed. ideal thing to do for tea when youve got loads of time on your hands........

jemima-puddleduck's picture

WOW.....never heard of this dish b4.....well impressed. ideal thing to do for tea when youve got loads of time on your hands........

pianomum's picture

I like to add curry powder to the beans, yum!

annveach's picture
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I don't know how this recipe is not on page 1 of viewers comments - it deserves all 5 star ratings. It's so nutritious, low in fat (if you don't use butter) and it looks good too. I am definitely going to serve this at my next dinner party - being a busy working mum it will save me lots of time in the preparation and I am sure it will go down a storm with my guests. Any suggestions what to serve as afters? Crushed biscuits in ice cream maybe!!!!

borg101's picture

add a nob of butter to the beans when heating.. then you don't need to butter the toast if your short of time

ellesea's picture

Not sure which brand of baked beans works best OR type of bread to toast? Recipe is very vague;) I did find that HP beans mixed with HP brown sauce were a nice spicy combination on toasted granary bread!

sunshinedays's picture

Slice some mushrooms and tomatoes in with the beans to warm through and add some ground pepper. Grated cheese on top of the lot and there's a real meal.

brock1's picture

good man dick,have been searching for this recipe all my life.
Can you use beans with the pull ring to save time?

cloclo's picture
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where is the butter? other than that, fab recipe, best ive ever tried ;) more please dick!!

jeff10101uk's picture

Brown sauce with cheese on the bread, grilled, then pour beans on top!

tinagubbings's picture

stir grated cheese into the pan and heat through with the beans. cheeeesy :)

paddocks's picture

Try with some hot english mustard for a more exotic touch.

luvmefood's picture

put beans on toast then sprinkle with grated cheddar cheese, melt under grill for Cheese beanos. lovely

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