6 Reviews

At first bite, I thought the sweetness had taken over, BUT after a few more bites, my taste buds got used to it, and I loved it! I made a pico with tomatoes, onion, jalapeno, cilantro, and lime juice to top it with and it was perfect. Everyone love it!

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mommyluvs2cook July 17, 2015

Fabulous recipe! I'm not a big pinto beans fan - but these taste absolutely fabulous! I will definitely be making these frequently!

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lisalinth October 28, 2008

Awesome pinto beans. Loved the maple syrup in this. I cut back on the chili powder a little, left out the sugar and added a jalapeno pepper chopped. We loved this. Thanks

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~Nimz~ August 05, 2007

I made this recipe without the sugar or syrup and to my taste this made a perfect pot of beans. They were well cooked and tender without becoming mushy, The ham, and seasonings were just right. I added a bit more water toward the end because I like to crumble the cornbread into the beans and let it soak in the juice. Thanks GW for a very enjoyable dinner.

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Annacia June 04, 2007

I have been looking for this recipe for years. My mother used to make it, but lost the cookbook it was in.

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Chef Mama J June 03, 2007

Yummy...My family loves this recipe...great flavor. Thank you for sharing.

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Dorsai October 03, 2006
Mrs. Crenshaw's Pinto Beans