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Very flavorfull, My family does not like refried beans so I used to make pinto beans with ham hock and leave the beans whole. Now I'll replace it with these for a change.
Very nice recipe! Thank you for posting. I had to take a few stars away because I found the results to be very, very salty. Otherwise good but be warned that they are also very spicy!
I gotta say these beans were awesome. My husband and I couldn't stop eating them, however, I thought they were too salty. I drained off the juice and filled the pot with fresh water twice. Anyone who is trying this recipe, you might want to start with only half the salt the recipe calls for. Thanks Christine for posting!
Delicious! I'm always worried about bland beans so I've never made them before. These are so flavorful! I didn't have all the spices, but this recipe is very flexible and forgiving! We loved them and will have them again for sure. Thanks for sharing your recipe.
Excellent recipe. This is the second time making them and this time I used half of the beans for refried beans for Tostados and the other half in Taco Soup. Both were delicious. I didn't have beer so left that out and used pancetta for the salt pork. You can't find anything as tasty in a can. Do make these beans.
YUMMY and nice n spicy! Thank you! This will be used often!
This is an amazing recipe. It converts the humble pinto bean into a gourmet delight. The dish improves with age. We thoroughly enjoy this one! Thanks for posting it Christine.
We are planning a Homecoming Gospel Concert and I have chosen this recipe as we will be providing food. I fixed it for family and friends and they all loved it! Great served with cornbread. Thanks for posting!
These were Awesome and Flavorfu as stated in other reviews. Thank so much for a great recipe!
These beans truly are AWESOME! I didn't add the beer, and I used ham hock instead of bacon. This is now my favorite way to fix beans!