This was a fabulous recipe. So quick and easy to make. I didn't have green peppers so I used red bell pepper instead and it was delicious!!!
This was really easy and tolerated a fair amount of neglect. I don't remember adding the thyme, so I probably forgot, but I would add it next time. Very good. Even people who usually complain about beans as a side dish gobbled it up.
This was great! I added a bit of chile pepper to it to spice it up. Tasted fresh and yummy. Thank you!
I liked this but I don't think I'll make it again. I wanted a healthier alternative to refried beans with our Mexican meal. These tasted a little like chili without the meat. I topped mine with cheese and sour cream (there goes healthier! :) My DH did not much care for these and I probably won't make them just for myself.
Good, basic bean recipe. I used a whole can of Ro-Tel Mexican Fiesta tomatoes (which has cilantro and lime) so I left out the thyme and s&p but did everything else as written. These beans were quite spicy, especially if you use a hot chili powder like we do. Good and easy, will make again.
I was sauteeing peppers/onions for fajitas when I remembered this recipe. This quick bean dish had a complex flavor and the thyme gave it a unique taste. I used chunky salsa (Pace) since I was out of tomatoes. Thanks Chris from Kansas, for another great recipe. Roxygirl
It was good I even added zucchini, yum! It was a little too sweet. My children even ate it without complaning.
TASTY, GOOD for YOU and TASTY!! What else could one ask for? Thanks for this wonderful addition to my food regimine.
These were very good. I cut back on the onion and finely chopped them. Used 2 lg. cloves of garlic and fresh diced tomatoes along with the remaining ingredients. I let it simmer for about 30 min. Next time I think I will add a bit more cumin and chili powder plus some diced green chilies. Thanks for posting!