This cowboy beans recipe is how it’s prepared in Mexico, cooked with any delicious meat you can find, bacon, sausage, chorizo, sometimes pork etc. Served like a soup or stew, and simply garnished with finely diced onion, coriander and lime juice.
The good news is that with the help of our Gran Luchito Cantina Beans you can make these cowboy beans in no time! There is no need to soak and cook beans for ages anymore.
Our cowboy bean stew is made with bacon and spanish chorizo, fried with onion, garlic, Gran Luchito Chipotle Paste and a few spices. They’re left to simmer for a couple of minutes and served with freshly diced tomatoes and coriander. Feel free to duplicate the recipe if needed.
Hi, is it best to use fresh chorizo or dry-cured chorizo? Dry-cured is easier for me to get hold of. Cheers
You get the best results from fresh chorizo, but you can use dry cured too, as it will still infuse the chorizo flavour into the beans, which is all we want! Good luck!