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Thread: black beans

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    a member of the board asked me about our black beans, well this is the way
    I like to do my black beans, :
    in the pressure cooker I place the clean black beans with enough water, salt oregano cumin bay leave garlic onion culantro and I cook it for at least 45 minutes, then when I open the pressure cooker and make sure that the bean are soft I let it cook just a little more with some olives cut in little pieces. when ready I serve them with white rice and the meat. I dont throw away what ever is left because I save them to make congris which is a type of rice cooked together with the black beans ( if you want the recipe, let me know)

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    sounds delicious, thanks for the recipe

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    sounds delicious, thanks for the recipe
    your welcome

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    I will try this.

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    I just got some cans of black beans and am looking for recipe ideas. I do NOT like Mexican or spicy food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ptquilts
    I just got some cans of black beans and am looking for recipe ideas. I do NOT like Mexican or spicy food.
    me neither, cuban food is flavor not hot. well with the black beans in can are they the one with just water and salt of the ones that are ready to eat?

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    I guess they are ready to eat, but no extra flavorings.

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    thanks!

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