Thanks to Layla. Source: Aloha World
2 C Kidney beans
1 C White beans (Great Northerns)
2 Smoked ham hocks or ham shank
4 C Chicken broth
1-1/2 C Chopped cilantro (Chinese parsley)
2-1/2 C Diced potatoes, peeled (red or white)
2-1/2 C Carrots, cut into 1" size
1-1/2 C Diced onion (Maui or yellow)
1/2 C Diced celery 1 Portuguese sausage (10 oz or bigger) your choice
2-1/4 C Tomato pur'ee or (16oz's of tomato sauce w/ 3 table spoons corn starch)
1 tsp Salt
1/2 tsp Black pepper
6-7 C Water
Tabasco or small hot Hawaiian chili pepper, if you like to taste.
Soak the beans in water overnight, if using da dry kine. In one big pot put together beans, ham, chicken broth, cilantro and water to cover (about 7 cups). Bring to a boil, then simmer (slow cook) until meat and beans are tender. Remove Da skin and bone's if get from the meat and return to the broth. Slice the Portuguese sausage into 1/2" slices and fry in frying pan, blot (remove the grease) w/ a paper towel. Add sausage to the pot and the potatoes, carrots, celery, onions, tomato puree or tomato sauce mixture. Cook until Potatoes are tender. Season w/salt and pepper.
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