Monday, July 21, 2008

Black Beans and Rice, with Brisket

I had all that brisket from yesterday, and decided to use some today. Its a twist on your classic Black Beans and Rice. But for the meat, its brisket instead of pork. Cooked up the beans from raw, and just before they were done, added some brisket, sauteed onions and green peppers, jalapeno peppers, and a whole load of spices including cayenne and cumin, salt, black pepper, and a few more. Then just the right amount of a couple of different hot sauces. Its spicy, but not blow your mind hot. Very filling, and very easy to make.

The chopped peppers and onions, and few of the many spices

The beans ready to eat (sorry, the pic is kind of washed out)

Plated up with some warm tortilla, and a little more hot sauce.


Chris said...

Sounds great, I'm going to have to try this the next time I do brisket.

Anonymous said...

How do we try it? Is there supposed to be a recipe here somewhere or what? You might want to include all the steps and all the ingredients so we can try it... doesn't do us much good just to know what you had for supper. :(

~Mooney said...

Alas, this is a blog, not a cookbook. Its more about sharing the love of food then being another Betty Crocker. But thanks for your thoughts Thomas.

RawData said...

wow! What a spread! I'm going to do this the next time I put one out. Seems like you love what you do!

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joe bill Moad said...

I just got some fresh roasted green chili from New Mexico.....your idea has me burning to throw some fresh chili in it to see what happens next!!!!!! Thanks!!