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(YouTube)   Have you ever wondered how they make the beans taste so good at a Mexican restaurant? This recipe/technique beats the label off of every can of "refried" beans on the shelf at the store   ( divider line
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969 clicks; posted to Food » on 13 Aug 2022 at 4:26 PM (15 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook

Rick Bayless Secret Weapons: Spicy, Garlicky Pintos

I've said before that you'll end up finding all kinds of useful ways to incorporate the garlicky punch of roasted mojo de ajo in your cooking. For me, that meant finding inspiration in one of the most common ingredients in the Mexican kitchen: beans. Rich in roasted garlic and sparked through with feisty arbol chiles, these frijoles pintos refritos will be perfect for smearing on a tortilla or as a side dish with enchiladas.

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