Goya® Small Red Beans
4.91 / 5 based on 76 Reviews
Enjoy chilis, stews and soups with these Goya Small Red Beans. Use them to add protein and flavor to almost any Latino dish.
Goya Small Red Beans:
- Goya red beans are ideal for rice and beans, chili and refried beans
- Just heat and serve
Ingredients: Small Red Beans, Water, Salt and Calcium Disodium EDTA Added to Promote Color Retention.
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Goya® Small Red Beans
Very good flavor! I use these in my cooking all the time and they always add a great taste.
Love Goya beans, mom been using this for years. It's affordable, I eat this like once a week. It's healthy for you. I do recommend this.
I live for these "GOYA red small beans ," it's good , I use it in my rice, and it's easy to make , I do recommend
Goya has such a big selection of beans. Great for chili, rice, etc. Good product, good price
I use this brand when making chili or stew. (I know traditional chili does not contain beans) I think these taste great and come in a perfect easy-open container for the busy cook.
Yummy red beans, I use these for making chills" very great . Tastes great also in the chillis
Goya is a go to brand , the canned goods are great quality and i especially love the refried beans
I haven't came across a canned bean that can be faulted for its taste. Nevertheless, red beans are not that versatile to me for recipes. I use them in soup, chili and rice dishes. I think its because of their unique taste and heavy texture.
In Puerto Rico We Always Have beans On Our Table Ready To Eat. Is A Great Flavor To Eat With Some Rice And Any Other Complement.
when it comes to beans this is he only brand that i trust. I use a lot beans , my family is a big fan. Its very healthy and delicious product to consume. This why i need to make sure that i se the highest quality to always have delicious meal that all my family loves.
Q & A
I've never ate red beans..do they actually taste different than pinto beans?
Where do you get your Goya Small red Beans can from?
How are these beans for chilis and soups? Are they salty right out of the can or generally "natural" (i.e. no spices added)?
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