Frijoles charros (cowboy beans) is a traditional Mexican dish. It is named after the traditional Mexican Charre family, or charros. The dish is characterized by pinto beans stewed with onion, garlic, and bacon. Other common ingredients include chili peppers, tomatoes, cilantro, ham, sausage, pork and chorizo. It is served warm, and is usually of a soupy consistency.
- Cowboy beans, a similar US dish. "Cowboy beans are made usually made with onions, garlic, tomatoes, salted pork, chillies and beans.
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