This is about as quick and easy a supper idea as you can get, especially if you have a pot of beans cooked up ahead of time or if you use canned beans. Five minutes preparation and ten minutes cooking, and you have a delicious, zesty and nourishing simple supper or a terrific side dish for a Mexican-themed dinner.
It's an especially appealing idea if you're like me and have plenty of ears of fresh corn and green beans on hand during the summer but other seasonal vegetables can be substituted … even squashes or grated root vegetables in the winter. Of course if it doesn't have fresh corn it's not technically a succotash, but on the other hand a truly traditional succotash has lima beans and lard instead of pinto beans and olive oil and you can use frozen or canned corn. I don't imagine that your diners or dinner partner, or yourself for that matter if you happen to be dining alone, will be debating the technicalities as the meal is enjoyed. The most rewarding thing about cooking is coming up with new and innovative variations on classics and showcasing and eating the results.
|Chipotle Pinto and Green Bean Corn Succotash|
|Recipe by Lisa Turner|
Published on January 16, 2013
Quick and easy chipotle-seasoned pinto bean succotash with corn and green beans
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Other quick and easy meal ideas you might enjoy from Lisa's Vegetarian Kitchen:
Zesty Black Bean and Avocado Salad
Black and Green Bean Corn Hash
Vegetarian Stove-Top Calabacitas
Baked Avocado and Egg with Miso Butter
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