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Dried black turtle beans, spices and epazote, to make Mexican style black beans and refry (recipe sheet included in pack).
Mexican black beans, known as 'frijoles de la olla' are common to central and south Mexico, cook these beans with onion to make this dish, or add included sachet of smoked paprika to make refry.
1 tsp of veg oil or home rendered lard (plus 2 tbsp more if making refry later), 1 small onion (plus another half if making refry later) and salt to taste.
250g black beans, 1 sachet of smoked paprika, 1 sachet Mexican epazote, 1 chile de arbol and a recipe sheet.
Per 100 grams: Energy 338Kcal/1414kJ / Fats: 1.7g (of which saturated: 0.4g) / Carbohydrates: 61.9g (of which sugar: 2.6g) / Protein: 21.2g / Salt: 0.02g
Eat black beans as a side dish with warmed tortilla's, or make them into refry for tortas and tacos or as a warm dip with corn chips.
Store in a cool and dry place. Avoid exposure to light.
Made in a factory that handles nuts and sesame.
Mexican black beans, known as 'frijoles de olla', are common to central and south Mexico.
Dried pinto beans, spices and bay leaves to make Mexican-style pinto beans and refry (recipe sheet in pack).Mexican cowboy beans, known as 'frijoles de charros' are typical in north mexico, cook these beans with onions, green chilli and tomato to make this dish, or add included sachet of smoked paprika to make refry.
The Northern Mexican dish carne con chile(meat with chilli) does not include beans or tomatoes, unlike the chilli con carne most of us know; tomatoes aren’t necessary when you have a red, silky puree of guajillo chillies.Mexican chillies and spices to make a typical northern Mexican dish carne con chile (recipe card included).Serves 2All products in the lever tins are 100% recyclable in household bins.
Sweet smoked paprika made from dried ground smoked Spanish peppers.Bright red paprika powder has a distinctive smoky sweet flavour. Use to season soups or stews, or sprinkle over roasted vegetables or fried eggs.