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Afghan-Style Bean Curry

4 Servings

25 minutes

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The Afghan dish called lubya (sometimes spelled lobia) is a simple curry made with kidney beans. In our version, we use Roman or pinto beans, which have a creamier, more yielding texture than kidneys. The ingredients are few and the cooking time is brief, but the flavors in this vegetarian dish are rich, aromatic and satisfying. Serve with warmed flatbread to scoop up the beans or with basmati rice.

4

Servings

25 minutes

Ingredients

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Reviews
Jon S.

Used two cans of kidneys, since I had them on-hand, and threw it on some brown jasmine. Really simple and a lovely variation on a rice/bean theme!

Nancy J.

This was super fast and delicious. I used all three optional garnishes and served it over basmati rice.