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How To Make Tasty Beans On Toast

Updated on August 3, 2012

How To Make Simple Traditional Beans On Toast

Making simple and traditional beans on toast. Here is professional Chef Marakandi Sparakandi to tell you all about making traditional beans on toast. I hope you watched the video too as it was extra nice of Marakandi to set aside time from his hectic schedule to make traditional beans on toast. Take it away Marakandi....

As described in the video, I took some beans and opened them, but not the Since 1922 beans as they were too old. So I used classic Heinz Baked Beans which were ideal in style and look like beans should. I like beans! Then I got a pan and emptied the beans into the pan. Silly me though, I wasted a few beans (I hope my Mother not see this, thos couple of beans could have fed my Brothers and Sisters for 3 weeks!)

Then heat the beans for no more than 4 or 5 minutes. Careful not to burn them as this is dangerous for beans. Murdered beans is no good for beans own self esteem. Whilst beans are cooking, put two slices of bread in the toaster and wait until it pop them out like a Rabbit jumps out of hole in ground. Fun times, it made me jump!

Then spread some butter all over the toast when done and pour on delicious cooked beans right in the centre of the two slices of toast and don't let them beans for overboard as there are no life preservers for beans until they put in an accident claim I'm sure there will be in future.

Finally, eat them beans on toast and remind yourself that beans can be your friend if you allow them into your life.

Beans On Toast Tasty Quick Ideas

4 Variations Of Beans On Toast

Hello! Marakandi here!

I originally wanted to actually make these other 4 variations, but I got bad wind from the first cooking beans video that I simply decided to tell you what the special ingredients are. I like beans!

First of all. The Mediterranean beans can be made by simply adding Olive oil and Garlic butter to the beans and stirring. This is all. I know you are impressed with my cooking skills. If I would have used my last bit of garlic butter to make this beans on toast my family would have starved for 4 days. (Will have to sell Cow. It make us Milk, but Buttery treats are what me and my 9 Wives use in bedroom for some kinky spanky time!)

The Jamaican Beans all you do there is add some Reggae Reggae sauce and mix it in well and whilst you do that maybe do a little Jamaican Dance to pass the time away. I used to know Jamaican man that danced so much his legs fell off. He now dance with his tongue.

Indian beans is so simple with some Curry Powder. I couldn't find any in my Kiev. The Chicken probably ate it. Don't put too much in or else you will spill Indian style gravy out of your pants later on night while trying to make sexy time with your inflatable Women friend.

The 4th variation of beans on toast escaped my mind, because it damn hurt my mind. So I did a song which was from my forthcoming Album that I have not done yet. Enjoy!

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  • 1 Tin Beans, Empty in Pan
  • 2 Slices Bread, Toast in Toaster

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Cooking Time

Prep time: 3 min
Cook time: 8 min
Ready in: 11 min
Yields: Serves one person who likes beans!

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      Wayne Tully 5 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Thanks lol! Marikandi!

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      Nell Rose 5 years ago from England

      How did I get here? lol! brilliant! I was clicking through hubs and thought, this I have got to see! really funny!

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      WriteAngled 5 years ago from Abertawe, Cymru

      May the road rise up to meet you

      *may the wind be ever at your back*

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      Wayne Tully 5 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      It's got to be done! I like beans!

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      Susan Keeping 5 years ago from Kitchener, Ontario

      Hmmm... I have some baked beans in the cupboard...

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      Wayne Tully 5 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Marakandi is pleased as people will not be starving whilst looking at tin of beans wondering what to do with beans. I hope they can use this cooking guide as template for becoming Chef, because then they could cook it all time!

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      Wayne Tully 5 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      A few years ago I had this mad idea about doing crazy videos and I need to work up to one on my list "How to dance like a freak" that will be funny as it won't be a staright how to that's for sure! lol hahahaha. Glad it amused!

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      writeronline 5 years ago

      Thanks be to you, Marakandi!! I am loving beans all my life, but always buying at the Swami Cafe. Now, thanks to your easy recipe I can be making my own beans over my gas ring at my home, anytime! Please be bringing us more recipes to help make hard eating easy for us at home. May you have a happy life, and with the wind always at your backside. (Haha, I am being joking.)

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      WriteAngled 5 years ago from Abertawe, Cymru

      Oww, owww, everything hurts!

      Not from beans but from laughing.

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      Wayne Tully 5 years ago from Hull City United Kingdom

      Er ok...I like beans!

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      M K Paul 5 years ago from India

      useful recipe. I'll try