The Spanish term morisqueta refers to the Moors. In this case the term means plain boiled rice. This style of rice is is considered a "comfort food" in Mexico. Simple boiled rice is eaten in Michoacan and Jalisco.
The traditional preparation of Mexican style rice flavored with tomatoes, onion, garlic and simmered in broth. This recipe is from The Art Of Mexican Cooking, Diana Kennedy.
Black beans flavored with garlic, habanero chiles, onion and vinegar. Beans are served with warmed tortillas, radish, white onion, lime and cilantro.
Or, refried beans, made at home are far superior to the canned versions you may have had.