Guatemalan Black Beans (Frijoles Parados)

Black beans can be enjoyed in many, many ways, but the two most common ways they are enjoyed in Guatemala is whole beans (parados) often in a soup form or refried (volteados). This recipe is how my family makes them.

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2hrs 4mins
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directions

  • Soak beans over night or at least 4 hours in a pot.
  • Drain beans.
  • Cut the ends off an onion and peel a garlic clove place them in the pot with beans. Add some salt (start with about a tsp then taste once cooked and add more accordingly). Add enough fresh water to cover your beans and most onion.
  • Bring water to a boil then simmer for about an hour and a half or until beans are tender.
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  1. foodologie
    Black beans can be enjoyed in many, many ways, but the two most common ways they are enjoyed in Guatemala is whole beans (parados) often in a soup form or refried (volteados). This recipe is how my family makes them.
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