*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
**Nutrient information is not available for all ingredients. Amount is based on available nutrient data.
(-)Information is not currently available for this nutrient. If you are following a medically restrictive diet, please consult your doctor or registered dietitian before preparing this recipe for personal consumption.
Mindful of hubs' sensitive innards I left out the cayenne but this sure wasn't short on flavor! I added salt used less cilantro (we're just beginning to like this stuff and didn't want to push it!) and more fresh red-ripe tomatoes and simmered it a little longer than directed to really meld and bring out the flavors in that wonderful sauce. Just delicious!
This was a great dish but I wish I had let it simmer longer. If I made it again I might even let it sit in the crock pot for a few hours on low. It was great over rice spicy but the perfect amount. I also used it as a filling in burritoes with cheese.
This was a great flavorful recipe. I took the other reviews advice and let it simmer longer. I served it over rice the first night and used the rice/leftovers cheese for vegetarian burritos the second night. When I make this again I will use two cans of black beans.
This was SO GOOD and super easy. It was just spicy enough. I followed other reviews and let it simmer a while longer. My husband used the leftovers for burritos the next day. We will make this again for sure.
Great recipe. Just the right amount of spice and easy to make. I used a pound of dried beans instead of canned. Just put them in the slow cooker with about 5 cups of water for a few hours before adding the rest of the ingredients. It takes about 8 hours this way. Left out the cilantro because my hubby won't allow it but I think it would be a wonderful addition if you don't have picky eaters in the house. Added a splash of vinegar toward the end to fix the lack of umph. Otherwise I wouldn't change a thing about this recipe!
Loved these - just wish I would of used less cilantro. As hard as I try I am not a huge fan of this herb. Next time I will stick to my tastes and I will enjoy this even more. Thanks for this great dish kimmers!
I loved this recipe! I was skeptical at first assuming it was going to be bland or boring...but nope I was WRONG. The beans along with the freshly diced tomatoes and onions were super good. I like a lot of heat so I added more cayenne than recommended. Served this with turkey burgers and sweet potato fries last night for a perfectly spicy meal. My boyfriend wasn't sure if he liked it or not since he is used to the standard baked beans as a side dish. I think next time I will either serve it over rice or add some water/extra tomato sauce to it to make it into a chili.