Cuban Black Beans I Recipe
We like these over rice. But they 'd be great all by themselves. Lots of black beans, spices, a splash of balsamic vinegar and other good things are plopped into a pot and simmered until it smells so good, you can 't stand it.
Not too spicy and just a little bit sweet, Cuban-style black beans make a great side dish or main dish when served over rice.
A pot of black beans and chorizo sausage simmered with a variety of spices goes atop rice for a dining experience inspired by Cuban cuisine.
Jazz up a pot of black beans Cuban-style, with lots of bright flavors of bacon, annatto, lime, cilantro, and olives. This recipe can also be made in a slow cooker. Serve over hot cooked white rice.
Vegetables, fire-roasted canned tomatoes, and black beans are mixed with fragrant spices in this simple, slightly tangy, Cuban black bean soup.
Black beans are a staple in Cuban cooking, typically served with either yellow or white rice. Give them a good squeeze of fresh lime juice, garnish with some chopped cilantro.
This recipe makes a delicious side dish when paired with yellow rice.
This simple black beans recipe works well with your favorite rice as a side dish for Mexican and Cuban meals.
White rice, garlic and onion is cooked in a nice vegetable stock for about 20 minutes. Black beans, cayenne and cumin are added to the pot, given a stir ...and that's it. Black Beans and Rice for six.
Popular at Cuban restaurants, this tasty side dish of black beans and rice (Moros y Christianos) gets incredible flavor as it cooks with chicken broth, tomatoes, onion, and herbs.