Puerto Rican Style Stewed Pinto Beans      | National Health Association

Puerto Rican Style Stewed Pinto Beans     

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This recipe calls for “culantro,” which can be found in Hispanic or Asian markets. This herb is the heart and soul of the Puerto Rican sauce called “sofrito.” Commonly, it is chopped and added to beans, stews, and rice preparations.           


2 cups pre-soaked dried pinto beans (see Notes)

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