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"Bean Magic"
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Peas and Beans

Bean Magic Pressure Cooker Recipes

posted Apr 11, 2018, 4:14 PM by Jimmy Babin   [ updated Apr 11, 2018, 5:48 PM ]

Black Eyed Peas

posted Apr 11, 2018, 4:06 PM by Jimmy Babin

Black Eyed Peas & Ham

Ingredients: 

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic Mix

2 pounds of dried Black Eyed Peas, rinsed and drained

10 Cups water

1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed

1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish

If using Smoked Sausage, slice and stir the sausage into the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.


Directions:

In a 6 quart or larger pressure cooker pot (such as Instant Pot), stir together beans, ham, water, and the pack of Bean Magic seasoning.

Cook on “Bean” setting for 55 minutes (or manually set for high pressure, 55 minutes), then do a natural pressure release after 15 minutes. Stir well. For a creamier consistency, smash a few beans on the side of the pot with your spoon, and stir them into the juice.

While the pressure cooker is going, cook some rice in a separate pot to serve with the beans.

Serve the beans over the cooked rice, then sprinkle the green onions you chopped over the top of the beans.


To order Bean Magic Seasoning, click here!

Cowboy Beans

posted Apr 11, 2018, 3:57 PM by Jimmy Babin   [ updated Apr 11, 2018, 4:03 PM ]

Cowboy Beans 



Ingredients:
1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic 

2 pounds of dried Pinto Beans, rinsed and drained
1 12 oz. bottle Cajun BBQ Wing Sauce
10 Cups water
1 lb ground breakfast sausage (or ground pork)
1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed 
1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish 


Directions: 
In a 6 quart or larger slow cooker, add sausage to the water and mash it up until it's in small pieces (I like to use a disposable glove and do it by hand, but a fork will do the trick, too), then add the beans, BBQ Wing Sauce, and Bean Magic Seasoning. 
Cook on “Bean” setting for 65 minutes (or manually set for high pressure, 65 minutes), then do a natural pressure release after 15 minutes. Stir well. 

Sprinkle the green onions over the top of the beans.


Cowboy Beans



Field Peas

posted Apr 11, 2018, 3:48 PM by Jimmy Babin

Field Peas & Ham

Ingredients:

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic Mix

2 pounds of dried field peas, rinsed and drained

10 1/2 Cups water

1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed

1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish

If using Smoked Sausage instead of ham, slice and stir the sausage into the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.

Directions:

In a 6 quart or larger pressure cooker pot (such as Instant Pot), stir together peas, ham, water, and the pack of Bean Magic seasoning.

Cook on “Bean” setting for 50 minutes (or manually set for high pressure, 50 minutes), then do a natural pressure release after 15 minutes. Stir well. For a creamier consistency, smash a few beans on the side of the pot with your spoon, and stir them into the juice.

While the pressure cooker is going, cook some rice in a separate pot to serve with the beans.

Serve the beans over the cooked rice, then sprinkle the green onions you chopped over the top of the beans.


Field Peas



Big Butter Beans & Ham

posted Apr 11, 2018, 3:45 PM by Jimmy Babin

Big Butter Beans & Ham

Ingredients:

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic Mix

2 pounds of dried large butter beans (limas), rinsed and drained

11 Cups water

1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed

1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish

If using Smoked Sausage, slice and stir the sausage into the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.

Directions:

In a 6 quart or larger pressure cooker pot (such as Instant Pot), stir together beans, ham, water, and the pack of Bean Magic seasoning.

Cook on “Bean” setting for 65 minutes (or manually set for high pressure, 65 minutes), then do a natural pressure release after 15 minutes. Stir well. For a creamier consistency, smash a few beans on the side of the pot with your spoon, and stir them into the juice.

While the pressure cooker is going, cook some rice in a separate pot to serve with the beans.

Serve the beans over the cooked rice, then sprinkle the green onions you chopped over the top of the beans.


Large Limas, Big Butter Beans



To order Creative Cajun Cooking's Bean Magic Mix, click here!

Baby Lima Beans & Bacon

posted Apr 11, 2018, 3:41 PM by Jimmy Babin

Baby Limas & Bacon

Ingredients:

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic Mix

2 pounds of dried Baby Limas, rinsed and drained

11 Cups water

8 oz of cooked bacon bits

1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish

If using Smoked Sausage, slice and stir the sausage into the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.

Directions:

In a 6 quart or larger pressure cooker pot (such as Instant Pot), stir together peas, bacon, water, and the pack of Bean Magic seasoning.

Cook on “Bean” setting for 50 minutes (or manually set for high pressure, 50 minutes), then do a natural pressure release after 15 minutes. Stir well. For a creamier consistency, smash a few beans on the side of the pot with your spoon, and stir them into the juice.

While the pressure cooker is going, cook some rice in a separate pot to serve with the beans.

Serve the beans over the cooked rice, then sprinkle the green onions you chopped over the top of the beans.



Baby Limas & Bacon



Lady Cream Peas

posted Apr 11, 2018, 3:36 PM by Jimmy Babin

Lady Cream Peas & Ham

Ingredients:

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic Mix

2 pounds of dried Lady Cream Peas, rinsed and drained

10 Cups water

1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed

1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish

When using Smoked Sausage, slice and stir the sausage into the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.

Directions:

In a 6 quart or larger pressure cooker pot (such as Instant Pot), stir together peas, ham, water, and the pack of Bean Magic seasoning.

Cook on “Bean” setting for 45 minutes (or manually set for high pressure, 45 minutes), then do a natural pressure release after 15 minutes. Stir well. For a creamier consistency, smash a few beans on the side of the pot with your spoon, and stir them into the juice.

While the pressure cooker is going, cook some rice in a separate pot to serve with the beans.

Serve the beans over the cooked rice, then sprinkle the green onions you chopped over the top of the beans.


To order Creative Cajun Cooking's Bean Magic Mix, click here!


Lady Cream Peas



Lentils

posted Apr 11, 2018, 3:28 PM by Jimmy Babin   [ updated Apr 11, 2018, 3:31 PM ]

Lentils & Ham

Ingredients:

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic Mix

2 pounds of dried lentils, rinsed and drained

10 Cups water

1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed

1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish

When using Smoked Sausage, slice and stir in to the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.

Directions:

In a 6 quart or larger pressure cooker pot (such as Instant Pot), stir together beans, ham, water, and the pack of Bean Magic seasoning.

Cook on “Bean” setting for 50 minutes (or manually set for high pressure, 50 minutes), when that's done, do a natural pressure release after 10 minutes. Stir well. For a creamier consistency, smash a few beans on the side of the pot with your spoon, and stir them into the juice.

While the pressure cooker is going, cook some rice in a separate pot to serve with the beans.

Serve the beans over the cooked rice, then sprinkle the green onions you chopped over the top of the beans.


To order Creative Cajun Cooking's Bean Magic Mix, click here!


Cajun Lentils


Black Beans & Ham

posted Apr 11, 2018, 3:02 PM by Jimmy Babin

Black Beans & Ham

Ingredients: 

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic

2 pounds of dried Black Beans, rinsed and drained

10 Cups water 

1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed

1 cup Green Onion Tops, sliced for garnish

cooked rice for serving

If using Smoked Sausage instead of ham, slice and stir in to the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.

Directions:

In a 6qt or larger pressure cooker (like an Instant Pot), add one pack Bean Magic seasoning, stir in 10 cups of water, rinsed beans, and cubed ham. Cook on “Bean” setting (or manual high pressure) for 65 minutes. When that's done, do a Natural Pressure release after 15 minutes. For a creamier consistency, smash a few cooked beans against the side of the pot and stir them into the juice. Serve with cooked rice and garnish with sliced green onions.

To order Creative Cajun Cooking's Bean Magic Mix, click here!


White Beans, Bean Magic, Pressure Cooker

posted Jan 25, 2018, 6:31 PM by Jimmy Babin   [ updated Apr 11, 2018, 2:57 PM ]

Beans with a possibility of Ham

White Beans (Navy or Great Northern) & Ham

Ingredients:

1 pack of Creative Cajun Cooking’s Bean Magic Mix

2 pounds of dried White Beans (Navy or Great Northerns), rinsed and drained

10 Cups water

1-1/2 pound of cured ham, cubed

1 cup Green Onion Tops chopped for garnish

When using Smoked Sausage, slice and stir in to the beans after they are cooked, just to heat up the sausage.

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