Crock Pot Pinto Beans

"This is a really good and easy slow cooker recipe for pinto beans, it's really good with some fresh cornbread on the side. One of my favorites!! You can add the jalapenos to your taste. We like it with a little kick but it's just as good without them."
 
Crock Pot Pinto Beans created by seal angel
Ready In:
17hrs
Ingredients:
8
Serves:
6-8
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ingredients

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directions

  • Rinse dried pintos under cool water and drain
  • Put them into a large bowl and cover with hot water and let sit over night.This helps cut down on cooking time and take some of the "gas" out. They will swell quite a bit so you need a large bowl.
  • In the morning, rinse beans well with cool water, drain and then put in crock pot.
  • Add chicken broth and all other ingredients.
  • Fill with water till water is about an inch or 2 above beans.
  • Cook on low all day for about 8-9 hours.
  • Cook up some cornbread and you are ready to eat!

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  1. tshoemaker
    Have you ever added bbq sauce to these pinto beans? My mom use to make beans like this but added bbq sauce and we called them bbq beans. She has passed away and she never measured anything so no recipe exist for her famous beans. Just wondered if you had use bbq sauce and how much would you recommend in your opinion? Thanks, TS
     
  2. joycebowman
    Had to laugh when the people said, they followed the recipe to the T, but added this or that. I'm going to try this without a change.
     
  3. Ivy H.
    Very easy and tasty. Didn't use the jalapeno but a 1/2 tsp of chilli powder. ThAnk you
     
  4. Ivy H.
    Used 1/2 tsp of chilli powder instead of jalapeno
     
  5. rissadiann
    Small can of green chiles in place of jalapeños
     

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