Uses Chipotle Paste
These frijoles (also know as refried beans) are a great little dish as either a Mexican side or for some serious snacking, whether you’re in front of a film or enjoying board games.
There’s no reason why you can’t play with the toppings either. All you need to complete the picture are some tortilla chips or raw vegetables for dipping.
If you don’t have time to make frijoles, our Refried Beans are a great time saver. We slowly simmer Pinto Beans with smoky Chipotle chillies, Red Peppers and Mexican spices for restaurant-style Refried Beans. Add some cooked chorizo, top with sour cream and serve with tortilla chips.
How to make it
- Heat the olive oil and butter in a frying pan over low heat. Add the onion and cook for 10 minutes, or until softened. You’re not trying to brown it, just sweat it down.
- Add the garlic and chipotle paste and cook for another few minutes.
- Empty the Cantina Beans and a little of their liquid into the pan. Season well with salt and pepper.
- Add everything to a food processor and blend until smooth. Empty into a bowl.
- Fry the chorizo in a hot frying pan until crispy. (You won’t need any oil for this as it’ll release plenty of its own fat). Once crispy, chop into smaller chunks.
- Drizzle over the sour cream, sprinkle over the chorizo and coriander. Serve with tortilla chips or vegetable sticks.
- If you do not have enough time to make this Frijoles Recipe then try our Refried Beans and top with sour cream and chorizo.