Bush's Pinto Beans
"Pinto" is the Spanish work for "painted," which perfectly describes these speckled beans (well, they're speckled before they're cooked). Although they originated in Peru, they're now the most common bean in the United States. Of course, we choose only the very best of them: plump, firm and beautifully speckled. Enjoy their hearty flavor in Southwestern cuisine, chili, soups, salads, Mexican-inspired dishes and more. Try them in Reduced Sodium!
Bush's Best Pinto Beans:
- BUSH'S BEST Pinto Beans.
- Since 1908.
- Slow cooked to perfection
- Frijoles pintos.
- 16 oz (1 lb) (454 g).
- For more recipes visit: www.bushbeans.com.
Ingredients: PREPARED PINTO BEANS, WATER, SALT, AND CALCIUM DISODIUM EDTA (PROMOTES COLOR RETENTION).
Instructions: Heating directions: Microwave: Empty contents into microwave-safe container. Cover. Heat 1-2 minutes. Stir and serve. Conventional: Empty contents into saucepan. Heat to simmer.