Cast Iron Skillet Cowboy Pinto Beans – Make Dinner Easy
Does your family get tired of eating the same thing repeatedly? I mean frozen lasagna does get boring after a while. I have decided to grab dinner by the horns and make it fun again. That is why my kids love it when I make my Cowboy Pinto Beans. Dinner in our home has gone from ordinary to extra ordinary. I don’t have to spend a ton of time in the kitchen because I have the secret weapon.
I want to introduce you to my Easy Cast Iron Skillet Cowboy Pinto Beans using Luck’s Pinto Beans. Luck’s Pinto Beans is what makes this recipe extra easy to make and delicious too!
I think one of my favorite parts of Luck’s is that it makes meal time easy for me. I can whip up a side dish. Luck’s also has super high standards, so you know that they are going to be quality beans. In fact, they have been making quality beans since 1947.
Think about how much more convenient dinners can be in your home again. I would say not having to slice and dice is a big perk of cooking dinner. Already having something delicious on hand to help prepare dinner is a dream.
If you love Pinto Beans, you’re going to love how Luck’s does it. They have a variety of beans available. White Chili Beans, Pinto Beans, Pinto Beans with Onions, Pinto Beans with Jalapenos, and so many more varieties. We love using the Pinto Beans around here; they are soaked and simmered longer than other brands of Pinto Beans. When taking a bite of Luck’s Pinto Beans, you will notice that they have a softer texture and the pork- seasoned sauce is amazing.
Want to see a delicious recipe I have created with Luck’s Pinto Beans? This recipe calls for two cans of Luck’s Pinto Beans and a few other ingredients you’ll love.
The Skillet Cowboy Pinto Beans are unlike anything you’ve ever had before. This recipe has become a staple in my home. You know us southerners, we’ve always gotta have our beans. Pair the Cast Iron Cowboy Pinto Beans with some corn bread and you can’t go wrong.
6 slices of thick bacon(cut in half)
1 large onion(diced)
2 cloves garlic(minced)
1 can green chilis
1 can fire roasted diced tomatoes
2 cans Luck’s pinto beans(drained and rinsed)
salt and pepper to taste
Slice bacon and fry until crispy
Add onion and cook for 5 minutes
Add garlic and cook for 1 minute
Add green chilis, tomatoes, pinto beans, salt, and pepper
Stir until mixed well
Cover and simmer on low for 20 minutes
Garnish and Serve!
Do you love Pinto Beans? Make sure you give Luck’s a try! You can tell the brand is different from the way they do business to the taste of their beans. For other delicious recipes inspired by Luck’s products, please visit their website and don’t forget to grab this coupon while you are at it!
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Luck’s. The products used in this recipe were also provided to me by Luck’s. All opinions here are my own.
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