Whether it's as Lent food, to expand the menu or when you feel like a caldito, learn how to make bean soup, you can offer it as a cream if you crush the ingredients and leave it thicker.
When I was a girl and my grandmother i made bean soup, just by smelling them while they were cooking, I didn't want to try them, until one day I was encouraged, I put up with the strong and characteristic smell of beans and it turns out I liked them!
Now the same thing happens with my children, at first they were half reluctant to try them, but little by little they have been catching their taste. I like the creamy feeling of beans, but I don't tell you anymore, I hope you enjoy and prepare the recipe!
How to make bean soup
1 pack of dried and clean beans
1 1/2 litres of water
1 chopped tomato
1/2 onion, chopped
3 Branches of Cilantro Picado
2 garlic cloves
After we have cleaned the beans and saw that they have no pebbles, old beans or garbage, we rinse them and drain them.
You can leave them soaking a few hours before cooking to speed up the process, for example, if you are going out and you don't want to leave them cooking on the stove. (or in the slow cooker, such as when you cook the beans).
Place the beans and water in a deep bowl, add salt to taste and let it cook for about an hour or until they are so soft that some undo.
While they finish cooking, heat oil in a small frying pan and fry the onion and garlic, until the onion is clear, then add the tomato and coriander and move for a minute or two.
After this time, add this mixture to the bean broth and let it boil everything together for about five more minutes.
Serve warm, with tortillas or bread.
You can add fresh cheese.