this is a quick, flavorful and filling weeknight meal that you can alter any way you want to suit your needs and it will still come out tasty! i created this meal one night when my husband was out of town and i thought i had a pizza in the freezer to feed the kids. 5:00 rolled around...and no pizza! so i scrambled to make something with ingredients on hand. you can use any kind of beans and can substitute canned diced tomatoes in place of salsa if you like this milder. the olives, jalapeno's, cilantro and cheese are recommended but are optional. even my picky non-meat-eating son cleared his plate. i make this with a side of guacamole and chips and it's a very filling meal. this makes a thicker, drier sauce (which my family likes). if you wish a saucier version, either add more canned tomatoes or more salsa to your liking. hope you enjoy!
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