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OMG! I fixed this last night for dinner and oh boy.... DH only stoped eating to say how good this was over and over and over again... I used a full lb of hamburger, and pinto beans instead of kidney beans cause DH isn't a fan of beans in the first place but hates kidney beans the most :) ....Then I used two smallish jalapenos and the tomato and I omited the cayenne till it got to the table. I served it over brown rice with 2% cheese and FF sour cream and had tortilla chips on the side for scooping. Wonderful dinner that was easy to put together and great to sit in the living room in the recliner with our feet up while we watched a movie. I will make this again.

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MsSally November 02, 2009

Applause,applause,applause....this is a truly superb dish!! I made it as written,without the optional tomato and with an extra jalapeno thrown in for a little extra heat.I don't have a crock pot,so cooked on the stove top,covered,on a very low flame for about 3 1/2 hours,stirring occasionally.The end result was fabulous.My DH raved endlessly about it!!Sweetslady is right,it would make a really great meal served with pasta or rice. A really tasty dish with endless possibilities...a winner in my book,cheers Andi!!

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Noo November 02, 2008

Great wonderful dinner tonight! I served it over leftover spaghetti noodles and used 1 can black beans in place of the cannellini and kidney and then 1 can of diced tomatoes. I omitted the green pepper due to personal taste and added extra cayenne and some Texas Pete. Thanks, Andi!!

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SweetsLady January 25, 2008

This is great. My DH and DS loved it. I followed recipe but didn't add jalapeno or tomato. Made for Holiday Tag 2007

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Lavender Lynn November 16, 2007

Andi, this is a wonderfully delicious recipe that my family thoroughly enjoyed! I made it in my 5-quart slow cooker on low for 4 hours and it was just perfect. I used all the beans stated in the recipe along with the optional jalapeno, tomato and cayenne. I think even another jalapeno would be great next time! I topped it with sour cream and a combination of monterey jack/cheddar cheese and served it with tortialla chips. We enjoyed it while watching football this past Sunday and I've gotten requests from my family to make it again really soon. Thanks for sharing another winning recipe!

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Lainey6605 October 16, 2007
Crock Pot - Great Beef, Great Beans, Great Dip! Longmeadow Farm