- Soups - legumes taste great along with vegetables, mushrooms, potatoes, cereals
- Pancakes - blend the legume, add spices, herbs, egg and flour, make pancakes and fry on both sides
- Baked - you can bake the pinto beans similarly as ground meat, for example for lasagne or moussaka
- In sauces - beans can be a delicious meat replacement in sauces
- Mash - blended legume can be served as a side dish
- Salad - cooled pinto beans can be mixed into a salad to enrich the taste, pinto beans taste great along with corn, pepper, tomatoes and a taste dip
- Spread - blend the legumes with stewed or roasted vegetables, cooked rice, flakes, mushrooms, cooked cereals, nut and seed spreads, and a little bit of olive oil
Pinto Beans are a traditional part of the Mexican cuisine. Pinto beans are often added as a filling to burritos. The beans must be pre-soaked for at least eight hours and then cooked for at least 45 minutes. Pinto beans have a flour consistency, which can be well used for example in the preparation of spreads or fillings.
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CompositionPinto beans*. May contain traces of gluten. *product of controlled organic farming.
Store at temperatures up to 25 ° C and relative humidity up to 70%.