At the Cool Beans Colorado Bean Showcase, five amazing chef and university student teams partnered to showcase Fiesta Beans (a zesty kettle cooked bean) and Rocky Mountain Pinto Tempeh in delicious and creative ways.
Looking for tasty and versatile ways to use Colorado beans? Look no further! We are continuously adding recipes here, so be sure to check back again soon.
Garden fresh herbs and Colorado Mayocoba beans make the perfect pasta sauce. The next time you are craving a delicious and satisfying bowl of pasta, be sure to give this a try!
We were honored that Colorado and Company with 9News Denver invited us to share about delicious, creative, and easy ways to enjoy Colorado beans! Watch this brief segment, Back to Schools with Beans!
Colorado Mayocoba beans star in this delicious Snickerdoodle Hummus! You’ll love this tasty, healthy treat.
We are just wrapping up the bean planting season in Colorado, and now it is time to watch these delicious nutritional powerhouses grow! To celebrate a successful planting season, why not enjoy a nice big bowl of this summery black-eyed pea salad?
Colorado grown, dry light red kidney beans, stand up to all the rich players of this popular dish. And the crispy and creamy cheeses make life better in general.
We are so lucky to have great students in our communities who are excited to showcase Colorado beans! Check out these wonderful recipes from two incredible students.
The shining characters in this dish come together for a bright and spicy bite that will take your taste buds on an international journey. Indian masala, fresh lemon and coconut milk are the three ingredients that make this hearty bean curry irresistible. Dunk that naan bread right into the beans– no need for a spoon!
Colorado pinto beans are perfect any day of the year, but there is something extra special about a Colorado pinto and ham soup in winter.
There is a tradition that eating black-eyed peas on New Year’s Day can bring good luck and financial prosperity for the new year. 9News Denver interviewed our Outreach Director, Chelsea Didinger, to hear about this tradition, black-eyed peas in Colorado, and a tasty recipe.