Mexican Bean Dishes
Beans are a mainstay of Mexican cuisine, whether black beans with rice or refried pinto beans tucked into a tortilla. Take advantage of these healthy legumes in your Mexican menu.See Popular Mexican Bean Dishes Recipes
"Most people prefer margaritas either frozen or on the rocks. In Texas, it's the same with refried beans versus charro," says Tim Love. Refried beans are made with mashed pintos; for charro -- a Tex-Mex take on pork and beans -- the beans are served whole in a spicy broth.
Ken Oringer believes chefs need to make a point of eating healthy dishes when they can, so he includes protein-rich quinoa in his diet at least three times a week. Here he mixes the grain with black beans, onions and peppers to make a hearty and very satisfying side dish that's a fun variation on prosaic five-bean salad.
Burrito ingredients flavorful rice, beans, tomatoes, corn, cilantro, and lettuce without a tortilla, layered in individual bowls or in a casserole dish.
At Frontera Grill in Chicago, Rick Bayless serves this classic dish that combines grilled marinated steak, fried plantains, homemade black beans, and fresh guacamole. Trim the dish back to a simple duo of spice-marinated rib eye steaks and canned black beans served with avocado.
A homemade mole sauce flavors lean pork tenderloin in this Mexican-style recipe.
Crisp, cheesy, spicy and satisfying all describe these easy-to-make snacks. Beans, Pace® Picante and shredded cheese are layered with onion in between tortillas and baked in a hot oven to a golden brown. Cut into wedges and serve with extra Pace® Picante Sauce.
Flour tortillas stuffed with a smoky chipotle chili-bean mixture, mozzarella and other tasty fillers will satisfy your lunch or dinner need to munch.
Enjoy a meatless entree of Egg Beaters cooked in refried bean "cups," topped with cheese and zesty tomatoes, and served on corn tortillas
This month at Dinner for $10 we're all about Meatless Mondays and sharing some of our favorite family-friendly vegetarian main dishes. And somewhere close to the top of that list is this Mexican Black Bean Pizza. Yes, pizza!
Refried beans and salsa stand in for marinara sauce in this tasty Mexican Pizza recipe. Take the toppings South of the border, too, by sprinkling on corn, chopped avocado and cilantro.
Wolf Brand Chili mixed with tomato sauce becomes a quick pizza sauce. Top with cheddar cheese, black beans, tomatoes, and lettuce for a taco twist.
Corn tortillas are typically used in tostadas, which are simply open-faced tacos. You can find tostada shells in the grocery store, or you can create your own by crisping up corn tortillas in hot oil in a skillet.
Chili with beans and cheese in a crisp, brown bread wrap hot and gooey on the inside.