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Spicy Black Beans
Spicy Black Beans
10 min
4 servings
$1.39/serving

Black beans are a great source of protein and fibre and you probably have a can or two in your pantry already! They’re a traditional Mexican ingredient that’s served as a side dish or in tacos, burritos, or enchiladas. If you like it extra spicy, don’t discard the jalapeno seeds. 


Ingredients

Toppings (optional): chopped cilantro, sour cream, grated cheddar cheese

Preparation
  1. Drain and rinse beans. Slice jalapeno in half and discard seeds; dice jalapeno.
  2. Add beans, diced jalapeno, water, and seasoning to Sauté Pan over medium-high heat. Using 2-in-1 Citrus Press, squeeze in juice from lime. Bring to a simmer; stir occasionally, until most of the liquid is absorbed, about 5 min.  
  3. Add toppings, if desired.
Tips

Swap 2 tbsp Chili Seasoning for Chicken Barbacoa Seasoning. If you want something less spicy, try it with 2 tbsp Creamy Ranch Dip Mix.

Black beans are a great way to add extra protein and fibre to meals like tacos, rice bowls, burritos, and scrambled eggs.  

Much of the heat from a jalapeño pepper comes from the seeds. If you want a little extra heat, leave some of the seeds in when you dice it!

Perfectly Balance Your Plate

Serve with 12 cup rice and 2 cups leafy greens with 1 tbsp Epicure Dressing.  

Nutritional Information

Per serving (1 cup): Calories 270, Fat 3 g (Saturated 0.1 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 95 mg, Carbohydrate 44 g (Fiber 15 g, Sugars 1 g), Protein 17 g.

For over 27 years, Epicure has helped busy families put dinner on the table fast. We make it easy and affordable to cook delicious family favorites in 20 minutes or less. Our products are 100% gluten- and nut-free, and sugar and sodium-conscious—but they don't taste that way! Packed with flavor, on-trend, and featuring global faves, they make cooking dinner the easiest part of your day!

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What you'll need
Chili SeasoningChili Seasoning
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Sauté PanSauté Pan
Sauté Pan
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$110.95
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Creamy Ranch Dip MixCreamy Ranch Dip Mix
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Spicy Black Beans
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Spicy Black Beans
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Ingredients

Toppings (optional): chopped cilantro, sour cream, grated cheddar cheese

10 min
4 servings
$1.39/serving
Preparation
  1. Drain and rinse beans. Slice jalapeno in half and discard seeds; dice jalapeno.
  2. Add beans, diced jalapeno, water, and seasoning to Sauté Pan over medium-high heat. Using 2-in-1 Citrus Press, squeeze in juice from lime. Bring to a simmer; stir occasionally, until most of the liquid is absorbed, about 5 min.  
  3. Add toppings, if desired.
What you'll need
Chili SeasoningChili Seasoning
Chili Seasoning
49 Reviews
$7.50
Sauté PanSauté Pan
Sauté Pan
55 Reviews
$110.95
BEST SELLER
Creamy Ranch Dip MixCreamy Ranch Dip Mix
Creamy Ranch Dip Mix
122 Reviews
$8.99
Tips

Swap 2 tbsp Chili Seasoning for Chicken Barbacoa Seasoning. If you want something less spicy, try it with 2 tbsp Creamy Ranch Dip Mix.

Black beans are a great way to add extra protein and fibre to meals like tacos, rice bowls, burritos, and scrambled eggs.  

Much of the heat from a jalapeño pepper comes from the seeds. If you want a little extra heat, leave some of the seeds in when you dice it!

Perfectly Balance Your Plate

Serve with 12 cup rice and 2 cups leafy greens with 1 tbsp Epicure Dressing.  

Nutritional Information

Per serving (1 cup): Calories 270, Fat 3 g (Saturated 0.1 g, Trans 0 g), Cholesterol 0 mg, Sodium 95 mg, Carbohydrate 44 g (Fiber 15 g, Sugars 1 g), Protein 17 g.

For over 27 years, Epicure has helped busy families put dinner on the table fast. We make it easy and affordable to cook delicious family favorites in 20 minutes or less. Our products are 100% gluten- and nut-free, and sugar and sodium-conscious—but they don't taste that way! Packed with flavor, on-trend, and featuring global faves, they make cooking dinner the easiest part of your day!

Learn more about the Good Food Movement →