During December #LatinaBloggers got creative with a Latino kitchen staple, beans! From dishes that used BUSH'S Cocina Latina beans as the focal point to traditional recipes that were enhanced with BUSH'S Cocina Latina flavors, there was an exciting array of recipes full of sabor to go around! Looking to switch up your own frijoles recipe? Check out what #LatinaBloggers came up with below!
"Give your favorite dishes and home cooked meals a delicious Latin twist with Bush’s Cocina Latina, slow-cooked beans with Latina-inspired flavors such as tomato and chilies!"
"Do you love beans? How about empanadas? Since I am craaaazy for both, I decided to combine two favorites of mine in one single dish: Quick Feijoada Empanadas or Pastel de Feijoada… a bar food that can be served as a snack, a party starter, or finger food for sports games. "
"There are many restaurants in Colombia that make arepas with every topping imaginable and one of my favorite gourmet arepas is a Mexican-Style Arepa. I’ve been wanting to recreate this arepa at home for a while now so today, I made my own recipe using BUSH’S® Frijoles Charros Machacados, chipotle shrimp, guacamole, pico de gallo, sour cream, lettuce, cheese, cilantro and I loved it!"
"I’ve made this particular soup spicy because I used BUSH’S Cocina Latina® Pintos a La Diabla. These beans already come with chile de árbol, jalapeños and serrano peppers. And I got to say this soup rocks!"
"I made this dish for my suegro for breakfast the other day, and he loved it! Traditional tastes are really important in our family, so to get his stamp of approval let me know this recipe was a winner."
"We all love a big pot of beans, tamales, and good salsa. I mean, who doesn’t! I got to thinking, I don’t make tamales very often, gasp! But I do love the tamales crust, so it came to me, this dish."