Pinto Bean Seasoning

Pinto Bean
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4.5 oz. Pinto Bean Seasoning (medium jar) $2.91

20 oz. Pinto Bean Seasoning (restaurant size) $7.35


Pinto Bean Seasoning

If you are looking for the perfect blend of spices to complement your favorite pinto bean dishes, look no further than Bolner’s Fiesta Brand Pinto Bean Seasoning.

Pinto beans are the most common bean eaten in both Mexico and the United States. In Spanish, they carry the name “frijol pinto” which translates to “speckled bean.” Not only can these beans be served mashed or simmered in broth, but they are commonly used to make refried beans for tacos, side dishes and burritos. Pinto beans have a unique flavor all their own, but it can easily be overpowered with seasoning during cooking. Bolner’s Fiesta Brand Pinto Bean Seasoning is a subtle yet delicious blend of garlic, onion, chili peppers, and spices that bring out and complement the natural flavor of tender pinto beans. Simply stir 3 tablespoons of Bolner’s Fiesta Brand Pinto Bean Seasoning into 1 lbs. of pinto beans and simmer for 2 hours until tender.


Amounts per Serving: Calories 0g; Total Fat 0g (0%DV*); Sodium: 55mg (2%DV); Total Carb 0g (0%DV), Protein 0g. *Percent Daily Values (DV) are based on a 2,000 Calorie Diet.


Garlic, Onion, Chili Peppers, Salt, Spices, and Silicon Dioxide (Free Flow Agent).


  • 1 lb. dry pinto beans
  • 4 oz. ham hock or salt pork
  • 3 tablespoons Bolner's Fiesta Brand® Pinto Bean Seasoning
  • Water to cover beans

Pick through and rinse one pound of beans. Put beans in a pot, cover with water and soak in refrigerator overnight. Pour off all the water and fill the pot with enough water to cover the beans by one inch. Add the meat to the beans and bring to a boil. Lower the heat. Add the seasoning and simmer for 2 hours until the beans are tender. Serve as a side dish with any food. As a main dish, garnish with grated yellow cheese and serve with hot cornbread. Makes 12 servings.