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 (Stewed Beans With Pico de Gallo) by Saveur. A fresh tomato and jalapeño salsa tops tender pinto beans in this hearty Mexican dish; serve it with warm tortillas and crumbled cotija cheese.
Frijoles de la Olla - Authentic Mexican Pinto Beans - Viva Food
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 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