A faithful crowd pleaser and a one-pot wonder. Great in a big bowl on its own, in a burrito or wrap, with rice, or with a big old plate of nachos. You just can’t go wrong!
Serves 4, or 2 with leftovers
This is a meal that you will make again and again, so use my ingredients as a guide and experiment with what you like best. I also like it hot, so go easy on the cayenne, paprika and hot sauce if you’re not a fan. You can choose whatever beans you like, but I recommend 3 x tins whatever combination you choose. This is a hearty meal, and one that tastes better the next day. Great on toast for lunch!
If you make in advance, leave simmering for 30 minutes or so, stirring occasionally, and then let it sit covered for a few hours. Heat up again before serving. These flavours love getting to know each other, so a little time is never a bad thing.