Sunday, April 14, 2013

Prepper Pinto Bean Casserole

As a prepper I am constantly experimenting with my preps to try create great and easy dishes that can be prepared over a fire. This is easy and I have made this with my students during training.

Prepper Pinto Bean Casserole


*2 cups Pinto Beans
*2 cups Rice
*2 cups Salsa
*1 large onion chopped
*1 large can Refried Beans
*1 large pkg of soft fajitas/wraps or banncock
*1 large pkg of cheese (optional)

Place the 2 cups of Pinto Beans in a large pot and bring to a rolling boil for 35mins. Then in the same pot add your 2 cups of rice and leave at a rolling boil for 25 minutes. Drain and add your salsa, refried beans, and chopped onion.

Let the fire burn down to embers. Rip or beak apart the fajitas wraps or banncock and layer in a casserole pan (9x13) along with your cheese and beans. Cover with tinfoil and let cook for 15 to 20 minutes. This makes 9 very healthy sized portions. I made this one in the oven last night. Enjoy!

Be prepared, not sorry


Caryn said...

Like the sound of your recipe. What temp did you use in the oven and how long did you cook it for?

Terri said...

I cook at 400 degrees for about 15 to 20 mins or until cheese is melted on top. Enjoy!!!