Instant Pot Black BeansYUMMLY
No need to be a plan-ahead kitchen whizz — this simple, versatile recipe for black beans requires no soaking. Just throw a pound of dried black beans into an Instant Pot with some water, onion, canned chipotle chili, and bay leaf for flavor depth, and pressure cook them for 35 minutes. To retain the beans’ shape, let the pressure release naturally. Because dried bean cooking times vary depending on the age of the beans, you may want to simmer the beans using the Saute function for a few minutes after releasing the pressure to achieve the consistency you desire. Your perfectly cooked beans will then be ready for your next batch of bean dip, enchiladas, chili, or taco salad! The recipe, which makes 5 cups (equivalent to about 3 cans of beans), is a Yummly original created by Ivy Manning.
- Pour beans into a sieve and pick them over, discarding any stones. Rinse thoroughly, drain, and pour into the inner pot of an electric pressure cooker. Add 5 cups cold water.
- Chop onion and chipotle, and peel garlic. Add them to the beans along with salt and bay leaves, and stir to combine.
- Lock on the lid, setting the steam valve to “Sealing,” and set beans to cook for 35 minutes at High pressure.
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