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How to make Bean and cheese toasties

Spicy, cheesy and full of flavour – these bean toasties are packed with fibre and protein to keep you fuller for longer.

400g tin mixed beans, drained and rinsed
1 jarred roasted red pepper (in brine), drained and thinly sliced
75g/2⅔oz extra mature cheddar, grated
20g/¾oz tomato purée
small bunch coriander, roughly chopped, plus extra to serve
½ tsp smoked paprika
½ tsp ground cumin
½ tsp dried oregano
4 thick cut slices bread
2 tsp olive oil
hot sauce, to serve
Tip the beans into a large bowl and add the sliced pepper, cheese, tomato purée, coriander, spices and oregano. Give everything a good mix, then roughly mash with the back of a fork to break up the beans.

Divide the mixture between two of the slices of bread, then lay a second slice of bread on top of each and press down lightly. Brush the outside of the bread with the oil, then lay in a dry frying pan set over a medium-low heat.

Cook gently for 3–4 minutes until the underside of the sandwiches are golden, then carefully flip and cook for a further 2–3 minutes, pressing down on the sandwiches occasionally with a spatula or fish slice.

Slide the sandwiches onto a board, cut in half and serve with a little more chopped coriander and some hot sauce for dipping.

Source: BBC

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