Authentic Cajun Flavor with Blue Runner Dry Red Beans - 1lb

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Blue Runner Dry Red Beans 1lb

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    • Blue Runner Dry Red Beans are a delicious and convenient way to add some Southern flavor to your meals. These dry red beans are packed with authentic Cajun spices and can be cooked to perfection in your slow cooker or pressure cooker. Simply soak the beans overnight, add them to your slow cooker or .. more info

      Blue Runner Dry Red Beans 1lb

      Blue Runner Dry Red Beans are a delicious and convenient way to add some Southern flavor to your meals. These dry red beans are packed with authentic Cajun spices and can be cooked to perfection in your slow cooker or pressure cooker. Simply soak the beans overnight, add them to your slow cooker or pressure cooker with some liquid (such as water or broth) and let them cook until tender. You can then use the red beans in a variety of dishes, such as red beans and rice, a pot of gumbo, or as a side dish. And with a convenient 1lb bag, you'll have plenty of red beans to last you through multiple meals. So why wait? Try Blue Runner Dry Red Beans today and add some authentic Cajun flavor to your meals.


      These dried beans are naturally grown, raw and have been cleaned before packaging. Wash and sort before cooking in case of any remaining foreign material.


      Unit Size: 1lb



      Pressure Cooker Red Beans

      Ingredients:

      1-2 Tablespoons Oil

      1 pound smoked sausage, sliced, or 1lb pickled ham or ham hock

      .75 cup chopped onion

      .75 cup chopped celery

      Half Cup chopped green bell pepper

      1-3 cloves garlic, chopped

      1 (1-pound) Blue Runner Premium Dry Red Beans

      6 cups water or stock of choice, such as vegetable

      1 Tbsp chopped parsley

      1 bay leaf

      Salt and pepper to taste


      Directions: Rinse and sort beans. Turn pressure cooker to sauté and add half the oil. Add sausage or ham and sauté until browned, approximately five minutes, and remove. Add additional oil and cook onion, celery, bell pepper and garlic until onions are soft and translucent. Add meat back to the pot, along with the beans, water or stock, parsley, salt and pepper, and bay leaf and stir. Switch pressure cooker to manual setting and close/lock lid in place. Set the manual timer for 40 minutes. When the pressure cooker is finished, allow the pressure to release naturally for at least 20 minutes before turning the valve to release the rest of the pressure. Remove lid and stir. You may also use the back of a spoon to mash some beans for thicker consistency. Add salt and pepper if needed, and serve over rice. 

      Nutrition
      Size1lb
      Serving Size0.25 Cup
      Servings Per ContainerAbout 9
      Calories170
      Total Fat0g 0%
      Saturated Fat0g 0%
      Trans Fat0g
      Cholesterol0mg 0%
      Sodium5mg 0%
      Total Carbohydrate31g 10%
      Dietary Fiber8g 32%
      Sugars1g
      Protein11g

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