If you are hungry, I suggest a tasty and satisfying recipe, such as chorizo sausage and bean casserole, with Transylvanian aromas. You’ll see step by step how to make one of the most loved bean recipes.

Just like the white bean soup with smoked ribs recipe, in Transylvania, beans are often combined with smokes, such as sausage, ham or ribs. We will also do this bean stew recipe and will see how tasty it will be.

Let’s Start With Ingredients

I used in this recipe 500 g of pinto beans, which I consider to be delicious and suitable in this dish. But if you want you can make the recipe with butter beans or cannellini beans.

Being a dry bean and requiring a longer boiling time, I put the beans to soak, the night before. That means I washed the beans and left it in a bowl, covered with cold water, overnight.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Soaked Pinto Beans

I also used a medium-sized onion, about 200 g chorizo sausage and about 100 g smoked bacon.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Bacon, Onion and Chorizo Sausage

And let’s not forget the tomatoes! Because it is not the season of tomatoes, we used a can of tomatoes and about 200 ml tomato paste.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Canned Tomatoes and Tomatoe Paste

How to Make the Chorizo Sausage and Bean Casserole?

I started with beans because I used dried beans. I threw the water in which the bean was soaked, and I put it in a pot to boil in cold water. After the beans had boiled for about 10-15 minutes, I poured the water on it and replaced it, this time with hot water and continued boiling.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Boiling Pinto Beans

Through this procedure, you can reduce the effect of flatulence after consuming beans. If you use canned beans, which is already boiled, you can skip this step.

The boiling time of the beans depends on the type of beans used and the type of pot used for boiling. In a normal pot, I boiled the beans for about an hour, then I poured the water and put the beans in a strainer.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Boiled and Drained Pinto Beans

I cleaned and chopped the onion.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Chopped Onion

I also cut the bacon, and cut the sausage into slices not too thin.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Sliced Sausage and Cut Bacon

For the beginning, we heat five tablespoons of oil in a pot and fry the onion.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Frying Chopped Onion

Fry the onion for about a minute, then add the chopped bacon.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Frying Bacon and Chopped Onion

I seasoned with sea salt, freshly ground pepper and sweet paprika powder.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Seasoned Frying Bacon and Onion

We roast everything for about five minutes, then add the chorizo sausage.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Frying Chorizo Sausage, Bacon and Onion

After another five minutes, add the boiled beans and mix gently.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Frying Bacon and Chopped Onion

Pour over a can of chopped tomatoes.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Canned Tomatoes on the Beans Stew

I also added 3-4 bay leaves and about 300 ml of tomatoes passata.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Bay Leaves and Tomatoes Paste on the Bean Stew

Add hot water as close as possible to cover, and boil another 20-30 minutes.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Bean Stew is Ready

And here it is! The chorizo sausage and bean casserole is ready, and it’s very tasty!

Let’s Serving!

This delicious bean stew is served simply with fresh bread.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Served in Bowl With Fresh Bread

In our family in Transylvania, it is served with red onion salad or pickled cucumbers. You can try these options yourself.

Chorizo Sausage and Beans Casserole-Served in Bowl With Bread

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Chorizo Sausage and Bean Casserole

Course: Dinner, Lunch, Main Course
Cuisine: Hungarian, International, Romanian, Transylvanian
Keyword: chorizo sausage and bean casserole, sausage and bean casserole, sausage bean casserole
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 1 hour 50 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours
Servings: 6 portions
Author: Timea
If you are hungry, I suggest a tasty and satisfying recipe, such as chorizo sausage and bean casserole, with Transylvanian aromas. You’ll see step by step how to make one of the most loved bean recipes.
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Ingredients

  • 500 g pinto beans
  • 200 g chorizo sausage
  • 100 g smoked bacon
  • 1 piece onion medium size
  • 1 can canned chopped tomatoes
  • 200 ml tomatoes paste
  • 1 tbsp sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon ground pepper
  • 1 teaspoon sweet paprika powder
  • 5 tbsp sunflower oil
  • 4 pieces bay leaves

Instructions

  • Because I used dry beans, I washed the beans and left it in a bowl, covered with cold water, overnight.  I boiled the beans for about an hour, then I poured the water and put the beans in a strainer.
  • I cleaned and chopped the onion, I also cut the bacon and cut the sausage into slices not too thin.  Heat five tablespoons of oil in a pot and start fry the onion. Fry the onion for about a minute, then add the chopped bacon.
  • I seasoned with sea salt, freshly ground pepper and sweet paprika powder. Roast everything for about five minutes, then add the chorizo sausage. After another five minutes, add the boiled beans and mix gently.
  • Pour over a can of chopped tomatoes and also add 3-4 bay leaves and about 300 ml of tomatoes pasta. Add hot water as close as possible to cover everything, and boil another 20-30 minutes.

Notes

After the beans had boiled for about 10-15 minutes, poured the water on it and replaced it this time with hot water and continued boiling. Through this procedure you can reduce the effect of flatulence after consuming beans.
 If you use canned beans, which is already boiled, you can skip this step.
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