Pinto Beans With Jalapenos
Pinto Beans With Jalapenos

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Behold, the frijole pinto which translates to “painted bean”.  The pinto got it’s named from it’s speckled exterior. When cooked, the spots disappear and turn into a light pinkish hue with a creamy texture. Pinto beans are commonly used as the main ingredient in refried beans. They can also be mashed and used inside burritos. With their mild flavor, they make a great addition to soups, chilis or salads for an extra protein boost. Our hearty frijoles pintos are a great source of fiber and protein. Our canned pintos offer a quick and easy alternative to dry beans – just heat and serve! Easily incorporate into any dish or use to prepare authentic refried beans from scratch!

 

Ingredients: Prepared Pinto Beans, Water, Salt, Calcium Chloride (Firming Agent), Calcium Disodium Edta (To Promote Color).'

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Behold, the frijole pinto which translates to “painted bean”.  The pinto got it’s named from it’s speckled exterior. When cooked, the spots disappear and turn into a light pinkish hue with a creamy texture. Pinto beans are commonly used as the main ingredient in refried beans. They can also be mashed and used inside burritos. With their mild flavor, they make a great addition to soups, chilis or salads for an extra protein boost. Our hearty frijoles pintos are a great source of fiber and protein. Our canned pintos offer a quick and easy alternative to dry beans – just heat and serve! Easily incorporate into any dish or use to prepare authentic refried beans from scratch!

 

Ingredients: Prepared Pinto Beans, Water, Salt, Calcium Chloride (Firming Agent), Calcium Disodium Edta (To Promote Color).'

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