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Beans are a part of everday eating in the Southwest. Frijoles are served either soupy in broth or mashed and fried (frijoles refritos- or refried beans). This mouthwatering recipe features both variations. Tip: If you want the beans extra spicy, do not rem
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From The Weight Watchers Complete Cookbook & Program Basics, this sounds like it would be good.
"Edie Farm of Farmington, New Mexico heads south of the border for her entree. 'This stovetop dish is easy to prepare,' says Edie."
A unique twist on an old favourite. Serves 8
These beans use New Mexican chile powder, a dark red, smoky powder. It is available in Mexican markets. You can substitute a dark, rich chile powder, like the ancho chile powder that is available in some supermarkets. Adapted from www.fiery-foods.com
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This is a recipe I saved from one of the Taste of Home magazines. I am now posting this untried recipe for ZWT5 - Mexico.
A simple and flavorful way to cook dry pinto beans. Tastes similar to refried beans with salsa? I am constantly trying to find something to make with dry beans that I like, since my husband loves them, and I don't. This turned out good, so I'm posting it b
The chicken stock in these beans adds a wonderful favor without being overpowering and lets the flavor of the beans stand out. Serve them on the side with enchiladas, refry them, use them in dips, or serve with rice. This recipe is a combination from the S