Cooking Pinto Beans, or Frijoles de la Olla, is easy. Only a few ingredients, but it does involve time. You can’t rush this magical bean. It’s worth the wait for this classic side dish in Mexican cuisine. By Mama Maggie’s Kitchen #pintobeans #mexicanfood #mexicanrecipes #vegan #vegetarian #frijolesdelaolla

Cooking Pinto Beans, or Frijoles de la Olla, is easy. Only a few ingredients, but it does involve time. You can’t rush this magical bean. It’s worth the wait for this classic side dish in Mexican cuisine. By Mama Maggie’s Kitchen (Kitchen Ingredients)

Frijoles de la Olla.  Pinto beans simmered in a pot are such a simple, beautiful thing.  Eat warm with a tortilla, mash for refried, add to soups, or freeze in small batches for future use.  This is what's for dinner tonight!  :)

Frijoles de la olla — beans in their own broth or boiled beans — are a delicious and fat-free Mexican dish.

Frijoles de la Olla are originally those that are cooked in large clay pots, which are believed to give the beans a special flavor when cooked over an open fire. #recipe #mexican #food #frijoles #mexicoinmykitchen

Frijoles de la Olla are originally those that are cooked in large clay pots, which are believed to give the beans a special flavor when cooked over an open fire. #recipe #mexican #food #frijoles #mexicoinmykitchen

Confessions of a Foodie: Enselada de Nopales (Cactus Salad)

Confessions of a Foodie: Enselada de Nopales (Cactus Salad with fresh beans) -- vegan, gluten free and diabetic-friendly, this salad is refreshing and a nutrient dense food.

Authentic Mexican Pinto Beans (Frijoles de la hoya)

Authentic Mexican Pinto Beans (Frijoles de la Olla)

Beans! One of the main ingredients in a Mexican diet. We, Mexicans, have been eaten beans for centuries. Beans are as important as maize for us, we literally eat them almost every day in man...

One of the main ingredients in a Mexican diet. We, Mexicans, have been eaten beans for centuries. Beans are as important as maize for us, we literally eat them almost every day in man…

Sopa de Fideo & Frijoles de la Olla. I was craving Chinese food soooo this happened. Problem solved! [1045x1214] - Click the PIN to see more!

I was craving Chinese food soooo this happened. - Click the PIN to see more!

Cooking Pinto Beans, or Frijoles de la Olla, is easy. Only a few ingredients, but it does involve time. You can't rush this magical bean. It's worth the wait for this classic side dish in Mexican cuisine. By Mama Maggie's Kitchen

Cooking Pinto Beans, or Frijoles de la Olla, is easy. Only a few ingredients, but it does involve time. You can’t rush this magical bean. It’s worth the wait for this classic side dish in Mexican cuisine. By Mama Maggie’s Kitchen

Crock Pot frijoles de la olla

Slow-cooker frijoles de la olla

Maura Hernandez from The Other Side of The Tortilla teaches you how to make frijoles de la olla in your slow-cooker for National Slow-Cooking Month (January).

Frijoles de la Olla, a traditional Mexican dish of cooked pinto beans, varies slightly from family to family. However you make it, it's a great recipe for Meatless Mondays.

Frijoles de la Olla, a traditional Mexican dish of cooked pinto beans, varies slightly from family to family. However you make it, it& a great recipe for Meatless Mondays.

Comfort Food Classics: Frijoles de la Olla {Cooked Pinto Beans}

Comfort Food Classics: Frijoles de la Olla {Cooked Pinto Beans}

Frijoles de la olla, or beans in a pot, are good in burritos and tacos, on tostadas or on their own as a side dish. These slow-cooked, creamy beans are traditionally made in a bean pot, or olla. 4 to 6 servings

Frijoles de la olla, or beans in a pot, are good in Mexican burritos and tacos, on tostadas or on their own as a side dish. Traditionally made in a ceramic bean pot, or olla.

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