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Really good! This was so simple and delicious! I drained and rinsed the beans and just added a little water. I used honey instead of sugar and added cumin and salt and doubled the other spices. I also added some cayenne pepper for some heat. Oh and i used a ton of fresh cilantro too. Top it with some pico de gallo and it's perfect!!
These were pretty good! Very easy. I added a can of Rotel tomatoes (drained) , some fresh chopped cilantro and some chicken broth-about 1/2 a cup. I rinsed and drained my beans before using. This went great with the margarita chicken. Thanks!
Made as directed but added about 1/4 cup salsa before simmering. A nice quick fix, great side for enchiladas.
These were really good!! I made as is and didn't make any changes. Thanks!!
Nice flavor from the spices and the added chips gave a nice texture crunch. I used baked Crispers for the chips. I drained the beans & rinsed them - they did get a bit soft
I kicked it up by sauteing onions, red bell pepper and fresh garlic. Added hot pepper flakes, fresh basil and fresh oregano. I liked the crushed chips in this but I did use only 2 tablespoons. Yum!
A little bland. I would suggest adding more spice. I mixed in some salsa and topped with sour cream while eating them and really liked it. Quick and easy though.
Very easy and quick to put together. they seemed a little bland so I added some onion, lime juice and cilantro, because we were having them with Pico De Gallo and Baked Tortilla Chips and Mini Memphis Burgers , all together a very tasty meal ! They are so simple I will probably make them again.
These were great. I drained and rinsed the beans to cut down on sodium and added about 1/2 cup of low-sodium, fat free chicken broth. With such a small amout of liquid, I only simmered them for about 15 minutes, but they could have used less as they started to get a bit mushy. I will definitely be making this again. Thanks!