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    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 Sunset Mexican Cookbook and the recipe on the bag of beans. For the stock, I use prepared chicken base instead of canned stock. I would not use bullion because it would be too salty. These put canned beans to shame!

    Recipe #347830

    This recipe may sound a bit strange, but my family has been making baked ham this way for generations and everyone loves it! It has a wonderful flavor and is so tender and never dry. It's always a huge hit and so simple to make. Prep and cooking time is based on a 6 pound ham, but any size ham can be used. The idea is to cover the ham with mustard and brown sugar, so amounts should be adjusted depending upon the size of the ham. I noticed in the nutrition information that shows one serving to be 1000 calories! I'm certain this is not correct and probably is figuring the bone in the serving size. Don't be afraid to try it! :-)

    Recipe #346265


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