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Here's the recipe. I was going to write the points, etc., but find I don't have all the ingredients to do so. Maybe Raggmopp can help.

- Beej


In a large skillet, saute together for 3 minutes:
1 medium yellow onion, chopped
4 large garlic cloves, minced
1 tbsp olive oil

Add and cook another 5 minutes:
1 28 oz can diced tomatoes, undrained

To the above, add:
2 15 oz cans of black beans or pinto beans, undrained
(Note: I use either black beans alone, or black and pinto together. I don't recommend kidney beans because of their thick skins. Also, I run about 2/3 of the beans through a blender to puree them a little, but you don't have to do this)
2 tsp chili powder, or to taste (I use more)
1 tsp ground cumin (I use about twice that)
1/2 tsp hot sauce (I use the jalapeno based Tabasco, and I just shake it in)
1 tsp salt
1 16 oz can fat free broth (chicken or vegetable)

Simmer at least 18 minutes.

I generally serve it in bowls with a spoonful of lowfat Monterey jack cheese, with tortilla chips (baked, if possible) on the side instead of crackers.

This freezes beautifully, it's good if you add rice to it and leave out the tortilla chips. I suspect you could leave out the broth and drain the beans and have a really nice dip, too.

Hope you enjoy it!
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