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DebbiesPooh
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I would like to know what all you can do with pinto beans other then throwing them out - lol

I'm not a big fan of this little ol' bean, buttttttttttt

In the name of survival, I would like to learn from y'all on how to properly cook them and serve them to the family without too many groans.

I do know that soaking them overnight gets the gas out of them, and simmering them with salt and a bit of bacon grease (which I learned from my ex-mother-in-law) is all I know.

Happy 29th everyone!!!!!!!!
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mmmm, cook with salt pork. delish
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mmmm, cook with salt pork. delish
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Thanks, is that like bacon? I've never heard of salt pork before, sorry.

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"Salt pork is a cut from the belly and sides of a pig which is cured in salt. It is very similar to bacon, except that salt pork is not smoked, and bacon tends to be leaner than salt pork. Salt pork is also distinct from fatback, another similar product, as fatback is not salted. This cured pork product has a long history, and it is still a part of the cuisine of some regions of the world, such as the New England coastline, where salt pork has been used in soups and stews for centuries."
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I would like to know what all you can do with pinto beans other then throwing them out - lol

I'm not a big fan of this little ol' bean, buttttttttttt

In the name of survival, I would like to learn from y'all on how to properly cook them and serve them to the family without too many groans.

I do know that soaking them overnight gets the gas out of them, and simmering them with salt and a bit of bacon grease (which I learned from my ex-mother-in-law) is all I know.

 Quoting: DebbiesPooh


Cooking any bean with onions and garlic removes the gas problem. This is the Mexican way of removing the gas. The Indians use a spice called asefetida or hing which works even better. Smashing them up and frying them in oil creates refried beans. Using them whole after soaked and cooked is good for burritos, enchiladas, and tostadas.
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"Salt pork is a cut from the belly and sides of a pig which is cured in salt. It is very similar to bacon, except that salt pork is not smoked, and bacon tends to be leaner than salt pork. Salt pork is also distinct from fatback, another similar product, as fatback is not salted. This cured pork product has a long history, and it is still a part of the cuisine of some regions of the world, such as the New England coastline, where salt pork has been used in soups and stews for centuries."
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Thanks you, will remember this :-)
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Cooking any bean with onions and garlic removes the gas problem. This is the Mexican way of removing the gas. The Indians use a spice called asefetida or hing which works even better. Smashing them up and frying them in oil creates refried beans. Using them whole after soaked and cooked is good for burritos, enchiladas, and tostadas.
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Thank you farmerguy, I'm taking notes :-)
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banana2 I Like Pinto Beans banana2
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Cooking any bean with onions and garlic removes the gas problem. This is the Mexican way of removing the gas. The Indians use a spice called asefetida or hing which works even better. Smashing them up and frying them in oil creates refried beans. Using them whole after soaked and cooked is good for burritos, enchiladas, and tostadas.
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Thank you farmerguy, I'm taking notes :-)
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You're welcome. Most recipes with pinto beans go towards the Mexican cooking style and expertise. Add onions and garlic at the end of the cooking process also to get their full flavor. Other spices and herbs that add to this experience are ground cumin and cinnamon (in less quantity than cumin) and of course cilantro.
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Cooking any bean with onions and garlic removes the gas problem. This is the Mexican way of removing the gas. The Indians use a spice called asefetida or hing which works even better. Smashing them up and frying them in oil creates refried beans. Using them whole after soaked and cooked is good for burritos, enchiladas, and tostadas.
 Quoting: farmerguy


Thank you farmerguy, I'm taking notes :-)
 Quoting: DebbiesPooh


You're welcome. Most recipes with pinto beans go towards the Mexican cooking style and expertise. Add onions and garlic at the end of the cooking process also to get their full flavor. Other spices and herbs that add to this experience are ground cumin and cinnamon (in less quantity than cumin) and of course cilantro.
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Thanks again. Question? Is cilantro and coriander about the same thing???
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Cooking any bean with onions and garlic removes the gas problem. This is the Mexican way of removing the gas. The Indians use a spice called asefetida or hing which works even better. Smashing them up and frying them in oil creates refried beans. Using them whole after soaked and cooked is good for burritos, enchiladas, and tostadas.
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Thank you farmerguy, I'm taking notes :-)
 Quoting: DebbiesPooh


You're welcome. Most recipes with pinto beans go towards the Mexican cooking style and expertise. Add onions and garlic at the end of the cooking process also to get their full flavor. Other spices and herbs that add to this experience are ground cumin and cinnamon (in less quantity than cumin) and of course cilantro.
 Quoting: farmerguy


Thanks again. Question? Is cilantro and coriander about the same thing???
 Quoting: DebbiesPooh


In Mexico the leaves are called cilantro and the seeds are called coriander. This comes from the travel of spices and their names from other parts of the world. In India the leaves are called fresh coriander and the seeds are only called coriander. In China cilantro is called Chinese lettuce.
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I would like to know what all you can do with pinto beans other then throwing them out - lol

I'm not a big fan of this little ol' bean, buttttttttttt

In the name of survival, I would like to learn from y'all on how to properly cook them and serve them to the family without too many groans.

I do know that soaking them overnight gets the gas out of them, and simmering them with salt and a bit of bacon grease (which I learned from my ex-mother-in-law) is all I know.

Happy 29th everyone!!!!!!!!
 Quoting: DebbiesPooh


It's better to keep as much of the gas as possible.
That way, more fun for the whole family.

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After soaking and rinsing, I cook mine in a pressure cooker with bacon, chopped onion, garlic, dried red chile pods, in salted water for 1 hour. I make a batch every couple of weeks for a ready- made side dish I just gave to reheat. I also make retried beans with some I mash in a skillet with shortening and fry well.
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Use them in Chili, make refried beans, use them in Burritos...

....some other ideas.....

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I buy the HamBeans brand and soak overnight, rinse and add to water in a big soup pot on the stove. Add flavoring you like, for us it's country ham pieces, but salt pork or bacon works too. Also use chopped onion, salt/pepper, and garlic. Bring the beans and water to a good boil, cut heat to medium and cover the pot. Check to make certain these don't boil over. Want a high simmer going on in there. And cook until beans are tender. Cut off heat, keep beans covered, and check back in about 2 hours. If you want thick bean soup, take about a half cup of cooked beans and mash them and add back to the soup pot. Keep doing this until you get a soup consistency you like. Serve with cornbread either baked or fried and we like homemade pickle relish with it. My aunt makes an oldtime pickle relish called Chow Chow that we sometimes eat with pinto bean soup and fried cornbread. Best meal in the world.

If you're single and don't want to make a giant pot of bean soup, buy a can or two of Luck's Pinto Beans and heat on the stove. Might want to thin down the thickness with some water, but these canned beans are actually good tasting and you don't have to run up your electric bill with cooking them all day.
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If you don't soak the beans you and kitty won't need that gun.

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My favorite way to serve pintos is with homemade buttermilk cornbread, a little tomato sauce and some diced onion. Yum yum!
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You can also turn pinto beans into a delicous meal of baked beans. Best thing to do, is just google some recipes, and get some great ideas that way. Whenever I make homemade baked beans, though, I use pinto or red beans, or both.
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Ok I gotta say it; Beans, beans good for the heart, the more you eat the more you fart. The more you fart the better you feel, Beans, Beans for every meal. That being said, Passing gas is beneficial for the digestive system, It expands the digestive tract and prevents the buildup of matter that will accumulate on the interior walls of our colons. Beans, and also potato soup wit onions will cause the same reaction. Farts are good, just do them out in the open. Farts in elevators are prohibited.
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OP, don't add salt until they are cooked.

The salt only toughens the skin of the beans, not what you want.

Try adding some fried onion and garlic, and some taco seasoning. mmmmm.
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Hey I add a couple rings of SMOKED sausage sliced up...salt pepper, onion and garlic granules and a few bay leaves! Pour that on top of some white rice and enjoy.

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