I doubled the sauce, using half to marinate the skinned chicken legs for several hours and then I grilled them on our Traeger. I made the beans as written, but they seemed very under-cooked even though I cooked them longer than the recipe called for. Next time, I will double the beans as well and cook them slowly for an hour or so. Nice flavors, things just need a bit of tweaking.
The cowboy beans clearly steal the show. I'll admit I used an organic BBQ sauce on the chicken legs. I forgot I was out of tomato paste and soy sauce.
I made this with the honey mustard glazed carrots and it was a hit all around!
This was great, fast, indoor barbecue food. I used chicken thighs and reduced cooking time by about five minutes. I also used a tri bean blend can, organic. Served with green beans. Great flavor and very easy!
The beans and carrots (paired with the magazine) were really good, and the chicken came out well, but the sauce isn't super great.
The taste of the chicken might be improved by doubling the amount of soy sauce mixture. We found it a bit dry and bland. The beans were good, however. The recipe is relatively fast and easy, so I may try this one again with double sauce.