Serving two, this absolutely fabulous recipe is a classy take on a student staple, which is actually full of essential nutrients.
Baked beans are a low-GI carbohydrate, and contain as much protein in a cup-sized serving as a 50 gram steak, or nearly 12 eggs. They are full of fibre, contain no cholesterol and include folate, which is needed to release energy in food.
Adding the anti-inflammatory onion and garlic packs in vitamin C, vitamin B6 and manganese, to name but a few, without adding many calories, whilst cumin also improves immunity and aids digestion.
Tabasco sauce contains zero calories or fat, so it's ideal to give a kick to your dish, whilst chives are far from just a garnish, containing potassium, iron and calcium, vitamins A and C, folate, niacin, riboflavin and thiamin.
Mint is great for digestion, and black pepper has antibacterial properties.
Serve with easily-digested sourdough for maximum health benefits.
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