Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Beans and dogs

This could probably not be easier. I am not known for “few” ingredient cooking. But, lookee here, even an old dog can learn a trick or two. This batch made for several lunches for Peter and me. It's tasty, especially with some Louisiana hot sauce (or another brand if that's your druthers). You might notice I do not call for salt. Use some if you wish.
Beans and dogs
½ medium onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
2 cans beans, rinsed
1 cup chicken broth, or more to taste
5 hotdogs cut into ½ inch pieces
hot sauce to taste (optional)
Saute the onion and garlic for 5 minutes. Add the beans, hotdogs and the broth and simmer uncovered until desired thickness is achieved (it can be wet without any problem). Add the hotdogs. Season with hot sauce (if using). Serve over rice or couscous or orzo.


Create. Snap. Eat. said...

This so reminds me of my youth! But to serve with orzo?! What an idea. I would not have considered this. But, yes, that makes perfect sense. Happy Thanksgiving!

Unknown said...

this is a bowl of heaven in a pan... so simple but boy it packs a perfect punch!... nice work x

Chris said...

Funny, never had this until this year when he was 12. When I made it he said, "What's this?". I couldn't believe he had never had beans and franks. I've neglected my kid, ha ha.

Shu Han said...

sausage and beans, it's a sure win!

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