October 26, 2015
Add tomatoes, jalapenos, chipotles, barbecue sauce, brown sugar, molasses and cilantro to the skillet, and cook on medium for 10 minutes 10 Minutes.
Stir puree into beans (or beans into puree) and let simmer together for 20 minutes 20 Minutes.
Chef’s Note: You can find chipotles in adobo sauce at most grocery stores in the international aisle…just look for the tacos and salsa and you’re sure to find it!
We’ve designed a handy ‘from the heart’ kitchen confidence rating scale for you to guide you through the recipes (yep, we think of everything)!
= Everyday deliciously simple. Pretty quick, just get the food on the table pronto!
= Put your heart into it! Takes a little more time ‘n TLC!
= Go the extra mile! Gourmet – takes time and/or special ingredients and/or technique – worth the extra effort for the impressive WOW factor!
= You walk on water! You must be a Chef!
We’ve designed a handy budget rating scale for you to guide you (and your wallet) through the recipes. Recipes are graded from the ‘high-end caviar-type budget’ to the ‘lower-end spam canned meat type-budget’.
= Spam (aka low budget)
= Mac ‘n Cheese (aka mid budget)
= Filet Mignon (aka higher budget)
= Caviar (aka expensive…but you’re worth it!)