Cooking on the Stove Top, I'd start with more liquid - I found I had to add liquid about three times during cooking. I also threw in a slice of Salt Pork (everything's better with Pork) to help give that pork fat flavor that you would get from frying the cooked beans in lard, like traditional refrito frijoles. It added a very nice flavor - cut way back on the salt, as the salt pork brings salt to the dish anyway. These Beans turned out perfect for homemade nachos - just spoon beans over tortilla chips, with some chopped up grilled fajita meat, spread on the shredded cheese - cheddar or a mexican cheese mix, heat in 400 deg. oven until cheese is melted, serve with plenty of pickled jalapeno slices, sour creme & salsa.
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Cooking on the Stove Top, I'd start with more liquid - I found I had to add liquid about three...