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Dorrbohnen recipes

Does any have some good sugestions for dorrbohnen vegetarian recipes?

I wana try them but ended up making not so good .

If you like we can cook together and in exchange i can show you to make some indian vegetarian recipes

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Re: Dorrbohnen recipes

What are Dorrbohnen?
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Re: Dorrbohnen recipes

Oh, I love Dörrbohnen, but never cook them because they have to soak (? be put in water) over night, and that means I would have to know the day before what I cook tomorrow...

Dörrbohnen are dried beans, (the green long beans, how are they called in english?).

So the next day, I usually roast some small cut onions in oil until glassy, add Dörrbohnen without the water, add some tomatoe mark (2-3 Soupspoons) and about 2dl bouillon. Let cook until water is vanished (30 min) fertig :-)

Goes good with Rollschinkli (ham) or Speck and Härdöpfelstock (mashed potatoes). But for me its a typical winter meal.

How did you prepare them?
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Odi what have you done with my last 2 letters?
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Old 20.06.2011, 21:31
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Re: Dorrbohnen recipes

Buy Dörrbohnen in Migros. Open packet. Tip contents into bin. Live happily ever after.
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@odile :-P
my username is the short form of my last name, so what have you done with MY name?
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Re: Dorrbohnen recipes

Not sure about your understanding of the german language - but here's a online-recipe. You can cook it without bacon http://www.wildeisen.ch/rezepte/koch...errbohnentopf/
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Oy - YOUR name!? I've had mine for more than 60 years cheeky.

Back to the beans - cook them cool them and mix with finely cut shallot and salad dressing- with or without lardons or dry fried sunflower + sesame seeds.
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Old 20.06.2011, 22:24
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Re: Dorrbohnen recipes

We actually soaked them in boiling water - there's a suggestion on the bag - we did it when my sister was visiting from the US in April, so I sort of forget the the instructions, but you can see it on the bag (at least the ones from coop).

Then we cooked them in a little olive oil, with garlic and soy and hot pepper - you can add sesame seeds or a splash of sesame oil. Yum.
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