Pinto bean refers to a variety of bean which is streaked with reds and browns atop a pink background. "Pinto" is in fact, a Spanish for "painted." Pinto is a common bean of the American Southwest and used in a variety of Mexican and Spanish dishes. It is often used to prepare Frijoles Refritos.

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