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Black Beans

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Nut lovers can add 1/2 cup chopped walnuts to the brownies. Walnuts pack a good dose of heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids as well as protein and fiber. Pureed black beans replace some of the butter used in most brownies. Their earthy flavor and dark color are great matches for chocolate.

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This recipe comes from Lisa Fain, a seventh-generation Texan living in New York whose popular blog, homesicktexan.com, has recently been turned into a cookbook. Posole, a stew that contains the hulled, dried corn kernels called hominy, is a popular holiday dish in the Southwest. This green version with beans is easy and festive.

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This wickedly delicious salsa comprises an assortment of flavorful and festively hued ingredients: black beans, yellow corn, an orange mango, and a hot red pepper. For best results, let the salsa stand at room temperature for 1 to 2 hours before serving with Spicy Tortilla Chips.

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Get a freezable Mexican meal rolling in no time with a no-cook filling and a sauce made from pantry ingredients. Jack cheese and a combination of black beans and corn tortillas give this meatless dish complete protein.

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Flaked salmon and black beans, which make up the bulk of salmon cakes, are both good sources of calcium. The cakes are coated in a spicy bread-crumb mixture and then baked at a high temperature to make them crisp. Return to Healthy Calcium-Rich Menu.