Sunday, December 11, 2011

Cream Cheese Butter Bean Bake



It's nearly here!! Christmas that is. It seems that for the past few years, we have not been home (Perth) for Christmas. It was Europe in 2009, and hubby's home country (KL) in 2010. For 2011, we will be having a quiet one with our extended family and friends in Perth. It will probably be the least prepared Christmas for us given both of us will be working through it.

I stumble across this idea by looking food apps. I took the butter bean bake idea and themed it with some chives and onion cream cheese topped with bread crumbs. I think it is a good idea to theme it with a roast dish, or even some pan fried chicken. I am always on the lookout for good side recipes and I do think this will help.

Cream Cheese Butter Bean Bake (serves 4)
1 can of butter beans slightly mashed with fork
50 grams cream cheese
1 sprig of rosemary chopped leaves
1 cup of bread crumbs fresh if you have any
few tablespoon of milk
seasoning

Mash butter beans with milk if needed. Mix cream cheese through the butter beans. Season. Place in an oven proof dish. Sprinkle breadcrumbs and rosemary over it and spray it with oil. Bake for 20 minutes.




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8 comments:

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Kitchen Belleicious said...

I am liking the cream cheese in this dish ALOT! I have never had butter beans with cream cheese before but it sounds so interesting and yummy!

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Little Corner of Mine said...

It does make a good side dish for American dinner. :)

tigerfish said...

Let me check if I know butter bean by another name...kekeke!

lena said...

do these butter beans come in a can? sounds like you are now getting ready to cook a faboulous christmas dinner for your family members!

daphne said...

Jessica- you got to! It's lovely.

Ching- ;)

tigerfish- hahaha. You have to tell me if there is.

lena- yes, they come in a can!

noobcook said...

sounds like a great no-fuss dish perfect for the busy holiday season.

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