|Beans (Gourmet Pantry)|
|by Sandra Gluck|
One of the building blocks of classic dishes, beans are the scrumptious focus of this new title in the innovative Gourmet Pantry series.
11 - 20 of 88 for homemade chili no beans
Brown hamburger with ... Add all your beans to pot. Now ... a less thick chili, you can ... place on low heat for about 1 1/2 hours. Makes 14 to 17 quarts.
Prepare ground beef ... meat and refried beans on shells. Roll ... degrees until warm through. Top with shredded lettuce and diced tomato. Top with sour cream.
In large skillet ... set aside. Spread bean dip to cover ... tortilla chips. Place mound of guacamole topped with sour cream in center. Makes 4 servings.
Cut steak into ... put meat, vegetables, beans, chili powder and soup. ... with biscuits, put back in oven and bake until biscuits are done, 25-35 minutes.
Pressure cook beans in water for ... high or bake uncovered at 300 degrees for 6 hours, or 350 degrees for 3 hours. The slower the better. Servings: 10.
Brown diced onion ... turkey. Stir refried beans into turkey mixture. ... tortilla chips or homemade low-fat chips. Yields: ... carbohydrates; 41 mg sodium.
Start heating oven ... until tender; add chili and corn, heat. ... with cheese, pour 1/4 inch boiling water into bottom of dish. Bake peppers 30 minutes.
Spoon chili and cheese on ... and enchilada sauce. Bake at 350 degrees for 15 or 20 minutes. Then top with lettuce, tomatoes, onions and enchilada sauce.
1. Layer 9x13 ... 1/2 of the chili over chips. 3. ... Top with salad vegetables and garnish with olives and pimentos. (This is a fast and easy casserole.)
Roll or pat ... fat. Stir in beans, sauce and ... spatula, remove biscuits from pan. Fill with sauce. Top with cheese, lettuce and tomato. Makes about 10.
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