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Black Bean and Mushroom Casserole

Black Bean and Mushroom Casserole

Time for September’s edition of the Secret Recipe Club!  This month I was assigned Mellissa’s awesome A Fit and Spicy Life blog, which was total perfection.   We are BIG fans of spice over here, and always trying to be good decisions when it comes to what we eat.  I found so many delicious recipes on her blog, including an incredible sounding summer chili, a very cheerful salad, and a new way to make a veggie friendly pasta sauce.  In the end I sent all my choices over to my better half who selected Mellissa’s twist on a Mexican Casserole.  I’ve done a few Mexican Lasagna/Casserole dishes but never one that included mushrooms so I was all on board for this dish!  I had tons of fresh peppers in my garden so I decided to toss a few of them in as well.

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Make sure to check out all of Mellissa’s delicious recipes, including her version of this simple dish.  It came together to quickly, and can easily be adapted by switching up the salsa or beans used in the dish.   I’m also sending this to /52weeksofcooking for their pepper entry, for while peppers aren’t front and center in this dish they certainly added a strong pop!

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19 thoughts on “Hear Me Roar

  1. I buy beans in bulk, but I never know what to do with them apart from adding them to rice or making them into “burgers”. I really like this casserole idea and am looking forward to making it once the weather gets cooler.

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