Prep 3 mins
Cook 30 mins
This recipe comes from my aunt, and it's one I have always loved. It's so good I have even eaten it by itself for lunch once or twice. It's quick and easy and I have yet to find anything to rival it in flavor. A little bit of regular yellow mustard can be substituted if you don't have dry mustard on hand.
- Combine all ingredients.
- Bring to a simmer, and keep it at a simmer for half on hour, or until it is thickened to your liking. Stir occasionally to keep the beans from burning.
I love these as well. When my DH and I married nearly 23 years ago a friend gave me a cookbook called "Where's Mom Now that I Need Her", and it was in there...thanks for posting, not sure where that book is right now! YUM!! Gonna have to have some of these this week! PS: I always use the yellow mustard, mine didn't call for the dried. : )