I am not a good cook....seriously, I use my cooking skills as teaching moments for my kids when they are frustrated learning something new! This was sooooo good and sooo easy! I used mild rotel so that it would not be too spicy for my 4 and 6 year old boys. Boys ate it, husband loved it, as well as extended family. So glad there really are some easy but yummy recipes on here!
Black Bean Chili
boymomX2 Posted: 11/14/08
Charlotte59 Posted: 09/24/09
A really good recipe! I used ground sirloin and added a can of Rotel to two cans of regular diced tomatoes. A squeeze of lime really adds a nice touch with a dollop of sour cream. Quick and easy!
rachieP Posted: 06/13/10
LOVE this recipe. I use vegetable broth to make it vegetarian, and it turns out rich and satisfying every time. I also sub a can of corn (drained) for one of the cans of beans, as three cans sounds a bit too bean-y for me, and the corn gives it a nice fresh pop. Also, since I usually just have plain diced tomatoes on hand, I add a 4-oz can of chopped green chilies for a little heat, and cook it a few minutes longer, uncovered, to make it nice and thick. Super yum.
ECDretsch Posted: 11/26/11
I used one package of Morning Star spicy black bean burgers instead of meat and have made it with and without onions. The use of the black bean burgers reduces the time it normally takes to cook meat because you can microwave them and then crumble them up. My husband LOVES this recipe! I also added a few chopped jalepenos from a jar because my husband loves them too. I also used one can of dark kidney beans, one can of light kidney beans and one can of black beans (instead of three cans of black beans) since I used black bean burgers. This has quickly become one of our regular family dishes. I highly recommend giving this recipe a try.
PurdyGirlPeg Posted: 12/30/12
I made this for a party and it was a hit. So easy too!