Julie’s Beans Premium PD Recipe


This creamy Instant Pot bean recipe is packed with protective neutral spices, making it a perfect meal starter. The first thing in the morning my beans and spices are set on time-delay, allowing me hours to decide what to serve them with. Once a week, I assemble these always-satisfying beans, and throughout the day, Jerry and I get excited by thoughts of how we will enjoy them. He loves them with Cornbread Under Pressure and topped with Taco Sauce, Probiotic Pepper Sauce, or Escabeche. I love to layer beans on Mexican Pizza with Salsa Verde as the sauce. Loaded Nachos are always a favorite, topped with Plant-Based Yogurt in place of crema. Sometimes beans and brown rice and shredded lettuce with Salsa Roja complete the meal. Then I start thinking about the exciting Cilantro Lime Rice, and my beans turn into an unforgettable Taco Salad or a Pro Bowl full of fermented garnishes. I’ve filled Tamales and transformed leftover beans into the Fiesta Layer Dip. When I’m too lazy to cut tortillas for chips, I bake tostadas and garnish these creamy hot beans with Pico de Gallo and Probiotic Pickled Onions. Let us know in the comments below how you enjoy these easy-prep creamy beans.

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Comments (2)

  1. posted by Tece Markel on May 5, 2020

    Hi Julie! Looking forward to trying #JuliesBeans! Thanks for the mention in the recipe. That was sweet.

  2. posted by Janice Price on May 27, 2020

    These beans turn out so creamy and delicious. They are delicious by the spoonful alone, or over rice with all the toppings, in a burrito, etc. I will be making these often.

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