This campfire creation of beans, bacon, and beef was first invented by Mexican cowboys to keep them fueled during long days on the ranch. Packed with 11g of protein and 14g of fiber, this stick-to-your-ribs dish is a surefire way to power through lunch (and those piles of paperwork) on a full stomach.
- Made in the U.S.A.
- BPA-free can lining
- Serve as hearty soup or side dish
Stove: In a saucepan, warm beans over low heat stirring frequently.
Microwave: Pour beans into microwave-safe dish and cover. Heat on high for 1 minute, stir, then heat for an additional 45 seconds.
Charro Bean Stew
Frijoles Charros – Tapas Style
WATER, BEANS, TOMATO PASTE, GROUND BACON (CURED WITH WATER, SALT, SUGAR, SODIUM PHOSPHATES, AND/OR SODIUM ERYTHORBATE, SODIUM NITRITE), SALT, GROUND CHORIZON (PORK AND BEEF, PAPRIKA, SALT, SUGAR, VINEGAR, OREGANO, CHILE PEPPER, BLACK PEPPER, GARLIC, AND SODIUM NITRITE), JALAPEÑO, ONION, CILANTRO, GARLIC, BLACK PEPPER, CHILE PEPPER AND VINEGAR.
We’ve been keeping it in the family since 1949. For four generations, La Preferida has been providing authentic Mexican ingredients you can trust. There’s a reason we’re named “The Preferred.” Read more about our history.