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“Cranberry beans: Also called borlotti beans, these lovely, purple-flecked white beans are good substitutes for pintos, favas, or pink beans.”
“I couldn't remember the word "borlotti" the other day, hence Bortlebean.”
“That element, however is up for debate: Angela Hartnett uses potato and suggests pasta as an option, Jamie opts for pasta and cannellini or borlotti beans and the Silver Spoon goes for long grain rice or short pasta.”
“Locatelli himself comes down in favour of potato and borlotti beans.”
“I've had to use borlotti beans which are similar to pinto beans, but not quite the same.”
“Just as good was a thick-cut pork chop, charcoal grilled with fennel seeds alongside braised borlotti beans.”
“Add a cup of wine, 4 Tsp. balsamic vinegar, some water, a bay leaf, a sprig of thyme, and the beans and onions of your choice (the cookbook called for giant white beans and whole shallots, neither of which I had, but borlotti beans and quartered red onions worked just as well) and simmer for at least 20 minutes.”
“Other dishes were very good: brill with a broth of onions, clams and borlotti beans; roast baby chicken with spicy potatoes; and a lovely, not too sweet white chocolate and hazelnut semifreddo served with cocoa sauce.”
“There was a pokey borlotti bean mousse to start and warm mince pies to finish, and the general thrum and roll of happy waiting staff doing what they do best.”
“The grilled pork chop, with cippolini onions and borlotti bean puree, also suffered from too much salt, as well as too much time on the stove.”
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