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Simply cooked black beans are delicious wrapped in a tortilla, stirred into soups and vegetable dishes, and even by themselves as a side -- try them with a dollop of sour cream, a squeeze of lime, broiled with Monterey Jack cheese or sprinkled with fresh cilantro.
This is a filling vegetarian burrito. Try a creamy guacamole or spicy salsa on the side, or inside, for some extra flavor.
This is a hearty and simple side to any meal - try it alongside spicy grilled meats. It's also great leftover, so don't be afraid to make extra.
Burritos are a great way to use leftover meat and vegetables -- traditional Latin spices and cilantro transform their flavor. Serve them with your favorite hot sauce or salsa.
This healthy, satisfying one-pot dish is made with chicken thighs and flavored with jalapeño, cumin, coriander, lime juice and zest and cilantro. Serve on its own or with a side of brown rice. We'd recommend washing this dish down with an ice cold beer.
This simply flavored black bean dip is quick and delicious. Add more or less Greek yogurt to adjust the dip's consistency to your taste.
The sweet potato is a surpirsing twist on a bean burrito - be sure to cut it into small enough cubes that it will cook through ina few minutes on the stovetop - about 1/2 inch.
Meaty portobello mushrooms and black beans make this vegetarian burrito as satisfying as the meat-filled variety.
These burritos are vitamin-packed and filling -- and a great way to use up leftover chicken or any other meat you have on hand.
The key to this satisfying vegetarian burrito is a well-spiced mix of colors and textures, rounded out with chopped cilantro and plenty of melted Monterey Jack.
These simple fried black bean cakes are a hearty replacement for burgers, served on their own or with a green salad or a cold rice salad.