|The Bean Harvest Cookbook|
|by Ashley Miller|
Long a favorite food for those interested in high-fiber, low-fat nutrition, beans are also an excellent source of protein.
1 - 10 of 290 for beef bean enchiladas
Crumble ground beef in a frying ... fat. Stir in beans, salt, garlic ... until bubbly. Heat enchilada sauce; pour half ... pitted ripe olives. Serves 4 to 6.
You may substitute shredded beef or cooked chicken. ... minutes. Add refried beans and olives, and 1/2 can of tomato or enchilada sauce. Heat until ... minutes. Garnish as desired.
Crumble ground beef in frying pan, ... grease. Stir in beans, salt, garlic, ... until bubbly. Heat enchilada sauce, pour 1/2 ... and tomatoes. Serves 4-6.
In a wide ... crumble in ground beef and add onion. ... limp. Stir in beans, salt, garlic ... in oil. Heat enchilada sauce; pour about ... serving. Makes 12 enchiladas (about 4 to 6 servings).
Saute' ground beef and onions in ... soft. Stir in beans, salt, garlic ... until bubbly. Heat enchilada sauce and pour ... degrees for about 15 minutes.
Brown beef and taco seasoning ... Stir in refried beans; heat to warm. Warm enchilada sauce in saucepan. ... minutes or until heated through. Makes 6 servings.
Brown beef and onion. Drain. Stir in beans, salt, garlic ... Pour half the enchilada sauce into a ... at 350 degrees for 15 minutes or until bubbly hot.
Fry crumbled ground beef and saute with ... soft. Stir in beans, salt, taco ... drain quickly. Heat enchilada sauce, pour half ... cream. Makes 12 enchiladas.
Crumble and brown ... in oil. Heat enchilada sauce. Pour 1/2 ... cup of ground beef mixture on each ... then bake for 45 minutes.) Garnish with toppings.
Saute meat and ... filled, cover with enchilada sauce. Top with ... sour cream and chili salsa. Can be fixed the day before and refrigerated, then baked.
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