Baked Beans I Pressure Cooker

"Of all the recipes there are for baked beans, this is one of the simpler ones to make. If you're not into pressure cooking you should try it, try it with baby steps at first, and I know that you will enjoy immensely, starting with this recipe!!"
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
4
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ingredients

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directions

  • Soak beans overnight, drain and put in bottom of cooker with enough water to cover. Add diced pork, ketchup, sugar, molasses, salt, mustard and onion, Cook 40 minutes using pressure cooking procedure. For best results, use Fancy Molasses, Lite Molasses is not recommended.

Questions & Replies

  1. "water to cover beans" is too vague for pressure cooked beans. Does the pressure get reduced instantly or do you let it drop of its own accord?
     
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Reviews

  1. I used this recipe for a Christmas dinner side dish. I started with 2 cups dry navy beans(soaked over night as directed), substituted the ketchup for a 15oz can of tomato sauce, added 1 lb (browned) Jimmy Dean Hot pork sausage; rather than the salt pork, and increased the brown sugar and molasses to 1/4 cup each. This dish served 12 people and still had leftovers. It tastes just like our family favorite and is so much easier. I am finding that using a pressure cooker is very convenient and doesn't heat up the whole kitchen like the stove top or oven. which is a plus in Florida. I will definitely use this recipe again.
     
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Tweaks

  1. I used this recipe for a Christmas dinner side dish. I started with 2 cups dry navy beans(soaked over night as directed), substituted the ketchup for a 15oz can of tomato sauce, added 1 lb (browned) Jimmy Dean Hot pork sausage; rather than the salt pork, and increased the brown sugar and molasses to 1/4 cup each. This dish served 12 people and still had leftovers. It tastes just like our family favorite and is so much easier. I am finding that using a pressure cooker is very convenient and doesn't heat up the whole kitchen like the stove top or oven. which is a plus in Florida. I will definitely use this recipe again.
     

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