Why am I willing to pay so much for Rancho Gordo beans?
Instant Pot Ayocote Negro Beans. Big black Mexican beans in the pressure cooker.
Throwback to royal corona beans
Instant Pot Good Mother Stallard Beans. Dried heirloom beans, pressure cooked in about an hour…after an overnight (or quick) soak.
Instant Pot Cranberry Bean Gratin. A hearty bake of beans and vegetables, topped with a bread crumb crust, with extra flavor from homemade pressure cooked cranberry beans.
Instant Pot Cranberry Beans. Dried cranberry beans are so much better than canned, especially when pressure cooking has them ready in about an hour.
Instant Pot Masala Desi Chickpeas (Masala Desi Chana)
Instant Pot Garbanzos with Smoked Paprika. A simple chickpea sauté, made with homemade beans from the pressure cooker.
Instant Pot Spanish Ribs. Pressure cooker St. Louis cut pork spareribs made with a Spanish smoked paprika rub.
Throwback to Flageolet beans with lamb
Instant Pot Christmas Lima Beans. These pressure cooked heirloom beans make a great side dish
Quarantine Q&A time. Have any cooking questions? Leave them in the comments.
Dried beans, ready in about an hour without soaking, thanks to pressure cooking.
Throwback to a bean soup from Tuscany
Instant Pot Small Red Beans (Domingo Rojo Beans). A pot of beans, ready in about an hour thanks to pressure cooking.
I read it for the pictures.1 Joanie Simon, YouTube food photographer extraordinaire, recommended Art Culinaire Magazine for photo inspiration. And, boy, is she right – the pictures are art-film worthy, and the professional chef recipes are way beyond what I cook at home.2 But that doesn’t mean they can’t spark ideas. I noticed Rancho Gordo Alubia Blanca beans mentioned in in a high-end Judiones de la Granja recipe from MiniBar in Washington, DC. This quick mention led me down the path to this recipe – Instant Pot Spanish Farm Beans. De la granja means “of the farm” – this recipe is the Spanish farmhouse version of pork and beans. The pork is dried Spanish chorizo; the beans are small white beans – try to get Alubia Blanca beans from Rancho Gordo if you can, but Navy beans make a good substitute. Add onions, lots of garlic, and a heaping helping of Pimenton de la Vera, Spanish smoked paprika. (Spanish smoked paprika is one of my favorite spices.) To soak or not to soak, that is …
Instant Pot Scarlet Runner Beans. Big beans pressure cooked in under an hour (after an overnight soak), with a big creamy, meaty flavor.
Rancho Gordo Bean Box Time! I’m digging in to my new pile of beans, and these huge Scarlet Runner beans are first on the list. Recipe coming soon [Update: Recipe here: Scarlet Runner Beans], and it is similar to my Instant Pot Royal Corona beans recipe. Royal Coronas and Scarlet Runners are in the same family of beans, and cook the same way. What do you think? Questions? Other ideas? Leave them in the comments section below. Related Posts Instant Pot Royal Corona Beans Instant Pot Chipotle Beans Pressure Cooker Santa Maria Pinquito Beans My other Instant Pot Pressure Cooker Recipes Enjoyed this post? Want to help out DadCooksDinner? Subscribe to DadCooksDinner via email and share this post with your friends. Want to contribute directly? Donate to my Tip Jar, or buy something from Amazon.com through the links on this site. Thank you.
Instant Pot Royal Corona Beans. Talking about big beans in the pressure cooker.
My bean box is here!
Instant Pot Hominy. How to pressure cook dried hominy. (Make sure to soak it overnight!)
Instant Pot Pasta con Ceci. Pasta with homemade chickpeas, comfort food from the south of Italy