How to Make Restaurant-Style Mexican Black Beans

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Mexican black beans are a perfect, easy side dish for any Mexican cuisine. Flavorful, and packed with good-for-you nutrients, these restaurant-style black beans are a treat worth making.
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✅Ingredients

• 1 tablespoon vegetable oil
• 1 small yellow onion diced
• 3 cloves garlic minced
• 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
• 1/4 teaspoon cayenne pepper optional
• 2 (15 ounce) cans black beans undrained
• 1/4 teaspoon salt
• 1/4 cup fresh cilantro leaves chopped

✅Instructions

1️⃣Heat a heavy skillet over medium-high heat. Add in the oil and let heat briefly.

2️⃣Add in onions and saute for 5 to 7 minutes until soft.

3️⃣Add in minced garlic, cumin, and cayenne pepper and saute another 60 seconds.

4️⃣Add in un-drained black beans and juices from can. Let simmer for 5 minutes. Serve hot topped with fresh cilantro.

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Comments

Prince Horus says:

Fresh beans are always better, its not even hard either, just soak them over night and you’re done.

dacrowster says:

So you throw away a great part of the onion? :)

Stacy Pennock says:

I made these for dinner tonight and holy cowbells, they are SO GOOD (and SO easy!)!! The only thing I changed is that I used chipotle seasoning instead of cayenne pepper which gave these a really nice smokiness! I will be revisiting this recipe often! Thank you!

Dylan Johnston says:

What would you recommend I do if I decide to do dry beans instead of canned beans?

Norma Piedrasanta says:

Yummy, good job beautiful gone to make it tomorrow for breakfast 👍👍👍👍

oldglstuf says:

Eat beans almost every day so I'm not anti bean, but I gotta tell ya the lard is better for you than the beans. Lard is one of the best fats you can use for cooking.

Jenn says:

I’m so grateful I’ve found your channel!!!!

Monkey Man says:

Well, these will go great with your Carne Asada (which is currently marinating in the fridge). I always forget to soak my dried beans overnight, so this recipe will definitely come in handy!

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My Quaint Cottage says:

Looks awesome 🤗 and so easy.

Dawn 1 says:

Cumin makes everything taste, yummy. Fantastic recipe ty

Stacy Pennock says:

Oh my gosh these look good!!

Angela Moon says:

Yum. Mash some up for black bean burritos

julio siguencia says:

Uuuummmmm delicioso 😋😋😋🌶🌶🌶🌮🌮🌯

jjh lk says:

You should have played and danced to "Baby Got Back" while you made this. Though it was "red beans and rice didn't miss her".

SharpLady53 says:

Always impressed with your presentation skills. Wonderful! 🌺

Just one random Chick says:

May I suggest adding a little of oregano omg it taste so delicious 🤤

Margaret Dell says:

Goya makes the best canned black beans I have ever bought. Where are the Jalapenos? They take it up a notch.

Ashley A says:

I love making these! I eat them with some avocado slices and I throw some tortilla slices in the toaster then add some butter and garlic salt. So yummy!

Belle Serra says:

No. Thats not how Mexican restaurants cook their beans.

arjun yadav says:

Thats a lot like any indian style of making gravy vegetables

The Gourmet Grandad says:

Probably could have this as a side with lots of meals..👍

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