This is more a method than it is a recipe, but I tried it with navy beans and it actually works. Just think of it! Dry beans cooked in less than 2 hours (mine cooked in 90 minutes) and you don't even have to pre-soak them. I found this at a site called the Kitchn. It says in the article that you can also use a clay pot.
Easy and delicious, with a shortbread crust, this has been a family favorite for years. I have occasionally substituted milk for the half & half with good results. Prep time does not include chilling time or rhubarb washing and cutting.
From Taste of Home's "Cooking for 2", a good, quick & easy recipe with lots of possibilities. I used deli ham and a mix of cheddar, monteray jack and mozzarella cheeses. Recipe says it yields 2 servings but I managed to eat most of it myself! Enjoy!
Great for those hot summer nights when it's too hot to cook, this is a very versatile recipe. We like it served with crisp breadsticks. Best if made a day or two before serving but can be served after 3 hours of chilling. Amount of salt to use will depend on type of meat used.
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