Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Dry Black Beans in a Slow Cooker




This is a super easy recipe that will give you a bunch of black beans to eat right away or freeze.  I think they turned out just as good as a can of beans, if not better, and a bag of beans is cheaper and yields more beans!


Dry Black Beans in a Slow Cooker
From: Jacki and John Ate This
Prep time: 5 min
Cook time: 6 hrs

Ingredients:
1 lb bag of dry black beans (I actually used a 2lb bag)
6 cups of water per pound of beans

Directions:
1. Spread the beans out on a big tray to weed out any debris or bad looking beans.

2. Rinse beans in colander and add to slow cooker. Add 6 cups of water per pound of beans to slow cooker.
Don't they just look so good freshly rinsed!


3. Set Crock Pot to high and let cook for about 6 hours.

4. When beans are soft, put in a colander and rinse. (Alternately, I didn't rinse some mine so I could use the beans and juice in some recipes).

5. Serve or divide into meal size containers and freeze.  Use them just like canned beans in any recipe.

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