I think the ham is really delicious in this and makes the exceptional, but the recipe will still be delicious without. Let me know if the flavor is still excellent when you try it! Hi Beth…if you have an Instant Pot with a slow cook option, use that.
You could also use the saute feature, but that is so hot, you might get scalding on the bottom and a boil over a simmer, so watch carefully. I usually just finish it on my stove as I can control the temperature better. These look amazing, Tessa!!!! Love when I can make things fresh from scratch. These would be such a great addition to a potluck or Mexican fiesta party too. They are so buttery and rich. Thanks for sharing on Tuesday Greens.
Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Print Recipe Jump to Recipe. Share 29 Tweet Pin shares. Course Side Dish. Cuisine Mexican. Keyword instant pot beans, instant pot mexican beans, instant pot pinto beans, mexican beans on the stove, ranchera style pinto beans, stove top pinto beans.
Prep Time 15 minutes. Cook Time 5 hours. Total Time 5 hours 15 minutes. Servings 10 Calories kcal. Author Tessa the Domestic Diva. Ingredients 2 cup dried pinto beans soaked for at least 12 hours in lots of cool water and a couple of tablespoons raw apple cider vinegar. While the soaking is optional, this helps break down some the phytates that give lots of people gas.
Be sure to rinse them well after soaking to get rid of all it! Instructions Place your beans in a large bowl, cover with at least 2" of water, 2 tablespoons raw apple cider vinegar, lemon juice, or kefir. Place in an Instant Pot or other pressure cooker along with the ham hock if using.
Cover with at least 2" of water more is OK. Stir in the tomato paste or sauce, if using, and any spices you may like. Nutrition Facts. Calories Calories from Fat Vitamin C Iron 2. Check your email to confirm and get your eBook! Comments Good recipe — some changes I did — I used ham hocks and added smoked bacon ends — added great flavor and some salt — we have a local butcher shop that only does pork and was able to get both there.
They got rave reviews from everyone!! My whole family loves this recipe and we make it often with cornbread for an inexpensive dinner! We loved this one just like it is. It's even better the next day. It's a keeper. Coriander-Chile Pinto Bean Dip.
Rating: 3. Read Reviews Add Review. Save Pin Print ellipsis More. Reviews 5. Rating: Unrated. This sounds like a fabulous recipe and I wanted to make it to bring to our vegan neighbors, but how can it call for a can of pinto beans seasoned with pork if this a VEGAN recipe? I love crockpot meals. Work has a taco Tuesday… should make this for that!! Your email address will not be published. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Jump to Recipe. Spread the love. Continue to Content. Prep Time 10 minutes. Cook Time 7 hours. Total Time 7 hours 10 minutes. Instructions Rinse beans and remove any stones or misshaped beans. Place beans in a large bowl, add cups of water and soak over night in the refrigerator. Rinse water 2 times and place beans in the crockpot.
Add broth, garlic, onion, diced green chili, cumin, salt, oregano, cayenne, and liquid smoke. Thumb Up Helpful. Most helpful critical review mstreit Rating: 3 stars. Never made with pinto beans always navy beans.
Had to add a little more brown sugar so they weren't so bland. Reviews: Most Helpful Down Triangle. Easy and Tasty!
Soaked the beans overnight. No ham hock, but had a 8oz package of Salt Pork. Cubed then browned the salt pork in a pan, then added the pork and fat to the pot. I like my beans peppery, so I added a Tablespoon of black pepper.
Served with some fresh skillet cornbread Rating: 5 stars. Love, love, love this recipe. So very easy and the taste is outstanding. My new "go to" recipe. Mine came out too watery. Not sure why.It would be hard to imagine that a bean could create very much excitement, but according to Donna Florio, the arrival of the fresh dried pinto beans at Ronnie’s Country Store in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is something his customers look forward to all year. If selling pounds of the beans a day is any indication, this seems to be true. Since you’ve got to do something .