First in a large skillet, I sprayed cooking spray on it and I threw in some garlic, onion, 1 whole green pepper and a big scooping of frozen corn. Next time I would use more onion (didn't have any more ha), perhaps more corn and I would add the teeniest bit of EVOO.
After, I let that go for a bit I added in a can of HOT Rotel sauce. The hot means HOT so if you do not like HOT then you should probably get the mild stuff.
After that settled in for a bit, I put in ONE can of chicken broth. I stirred and let that sit for a bit.
After I stirred the beans in I dumped the 2 cans of refried beans. Make SURE to stir and separate the refried beans. Otherwise it will be/stay clumpy.
Let it simmer for about 20-40 minutes or however long you can stand to not eat it!
This is a bad photo of my bowl. It was very thick, spicy and very very filling. It would make an excellent winter meal. I topped mine off with fresh tomatoes from the garden, some tortilla chips, a dab of sour cream and a little cheese.
My husband of course offered up that chicken would be great in there! ;)
That looks SO good. I would probably toss on some chopped cukes and tomatoes, my favorite toppiong for spicy bean dishes.
mm that looks yummy!
I came here expecting to read about books. Instead I was treated to a very yummy looking soup recipe. Great use of ingredients!
That looks fabulous and I love having ideas for using up what's in the house -- especially when I'm too lazy to go to the store. I bet this was delicious.
This looks so good. I have all the ingredients in my house (I keep a big stock of Rotel) right now. Great idea for a hearty soup. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
This looks yummy, except I might leave out a little of the heat :)
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