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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Pressure Cooker BBQ Baked Beans

These BBQ baked beans are so easy to make and are perfect for summer barbecues


  A barbecue is not complete without baked beans. I used to make my baked beans in the slow cooker but that was an all-day affair as first I had to cook the beans and then it took more time to slow cook the beans into baked beans. The whole baked bean process could take 8-10 hours using a slow cooker. Sure I could buy those cans of baked beans, but homemade tastes so much better. So, since I recently acquired a pressure cooker, I just had to try making my baked bean recipe in it as I knew that the pressure cooker would cook those BBQ Beans so much quicker.




  My inspiration to make BBQ baked beans came from a box of sauces that I was sent. I was sent these wonderful cocoa-based sauces from The Cocoa Exchange and I just knew that some of them would be perfect in my homemade BBQ baked beans. I also need a side dish for our 4th of July BBQ. The Pod & Bean portfolio of sauces from The Cocoa Exchange has these amazing seasonings that give your food a unique depth of flavor.  I just knew that the Kansas City BBQ Sauce and the Stone Ground Mustard from The Cocoa Exchange would give my BBQ beans a unique taste. My BBQ Baked Beans tasted so good. The thick, sweet-spicy Kansas City BBQ sauce gave my beans a nice mild kick of heat. I licked the spoon after I added the Stone Ground Mustard and knew that this mustard would be great with a slice of my soft pretzel bread.  Whoever thought of adding rich cocoa to sauces was one smart person. The cocoa just gives these sauces a wonderful taste.

 This delicious bean recipe uses dried beans and is a meatless recipe. It is a great way to make a meal from uncooked beans. It is the perfect potluck recipe and is a vegan recipe. Beans are an excellent source of plant-based protein so this bean recipe could be the main dish of a vegetarian meal or a delicious side dish for your favorite hunk of meat that you cooked on the grill. I don't know about you but BBQ baked beans is a favorite summer recipe but this meatless recipe can be enjoyed year-round.


    I also received a bottle of Blackberry Chipotle Sauce and a bottle of Green Chile Hot Sauce. Now to think of what to make with these sauces. I think I need to visit the Cocoa Exchange website for some inspiration as they have some amazing recipes.

  Sponsored Post: I received samples from the Cocoa Exchange to facilitate this post.

 Don't worry if you don't have these amazing sauces as you can use your favorite barbecue sauce in this easy recipe. Any flavor of BBQ sauce will work. I like using honey BBQ sauce in my baked beans when I want a sweeter version of barbecue baked beans.

No pressure cooker?

 If you do not have a pressure cooker, then you can use a slow cooker to make this amazing plant-based recipe. Just place the beans in the slow cooker and cover them with plenty of water so the water is a couple inches higher than the beans. Cook the dried beans on high for 6 hours. Then drain the water and add the rest of the ingredients and cook on high for 3-4 hours so the beans can soak up all the flavors of the sauce.


Pressure Cooker BBQ Baked Beans

Ingredients
2 cups dried beans
1 large onion, chopped
½ cup cider vinegar
1 bottle BBQ sauce or two cups
2 tablespoons Stone Ground Mustard
½ cup of water

Directions

1. Rinse and drain navy beans. Cover the beans with water in the pressure cooker pot. Cook the beans for 40 minutes on the bean setting and use natural release.

2. When the beans are done cooking, drain them and set aside.

3. Saute the onion in the pressure cooker on the brown setting for 6 minutes or on the stove if your pressure cooker does not have this setting.

4. Add the remaining ingredients, along with the onion, to the pressure cooker pot. Cook for 15 minutes on bean setting and use natural release.

5. The liquid will thicken up as the beans cool.




38 comments:

  1. I've never used a pressure cooker before but this seems like a good recipe to start with. I think im going to try these for my fourth of July picnic.

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  2. My family and I love baked beans. I have never really made my own. I usually just open a can lol.

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  3. Yum! We have baked beans at least once or twice each summer. I've been thinking about getting a pressure cooker, too.

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  4. We have so many food allergies. Baked beans are always something we can't eat because of caramel coloring or dairy from the bacon. This looks like something we could actually do. thanks for sharing!

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  5. Yum! I love baked beans! Have had them for breaky every day this week!

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  6. I've been experimenting off and on with a pressure cooker this year and have been looking of my next recipe to try. Baked beans say summer to me and are a staple at backyard BBQs. Can't wait to give this one a try. Thanks (as always) for another great recipe!

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  7. What does this go well with? I think I'd love the taste of this but can't think of a good match, potato salad?

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  8. I really got to use my pressure cooker more often. Your bbq baked beans sound and look delicious!

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  9. This! This is why I want a pressure cooker. I love cooking homemade beans, but I am notorious for burning them on the stove. This would make it so much easier for me.

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  10. What a great dish to have with BBQ or a side dish for dinner! I will have to try this out! Thank you for the recipe!

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  11. I just ate baked beans for dinner and i like it. I think I like to try this kind of cooking too.

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  17. My husband loves baked beans and I am always looking for fun ways to make them. It is also a plus that I can use my Ninja Foodie Pressure Cooker. I would also love to try out the Blackberry Chipotle Sauce. I'm headed to the site to check it out now!

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  18. I love baked beans, but I've never prepared them in such a way! Can't wait to try this recipe out! :)

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  19. I bet I will love these. I am a huge fan of baked beans! I've never tried to make them in a pressure cooker before.

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  20. I am looking forward to corona being over, being able to move into my first home and have a bbq with freinds with these omg i wish i could eat them right now.

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  21. I love BBQ baked beans. This recipe looks superb! I think they would go so well with a nice chicken dish.

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  22. Baked beans are something that represents summer to me - picnics with family, warm weather and grilling outside! This recipe looks absolutely delicious and also pretty simple. I can imagine it next to some yummy potato salad or a grilled sweet potato. yum!

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  23. I have a slowcooker! I need to look for these ingredients tomorrow and try cooking my own version. Hopefully as good as yours!

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  24. Oh man thee look delicious! The perfect side for the upcoming summer get-togethers.

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  25. Would love this recipe asap. I really love the beans and would savor a spoon or two right away. Saving for the next new recipe.

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  26. I love baked beans, especially over the summer! I've never made my own from scratch but this looks so easy!

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  27. Now those are some good looking beans! I would really love to try some of these with a nice burger.

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  28. I have some beans in my pantry and this recipe is perfect for my family! Looks so inviting!

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  29. Your dishes is adorable. The recipe seems so easy but extremely delicious.

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  30. I really can't wait to try this! It looks so good!

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  31. I've been seeing more pressure cooker recipes nowadays and I need to make some of those including this as well. Can't wait to try this out sometime.

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  32. Sounds so easy and delicious! I can't wait to try your recipe! Being Brazilian, beans are a huge part of our meals!

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  33. Beans are one of mine fav dish....I just love them and this way is awesome i haven't tried it before but now just can't wait to try it...Thanks for sharing it...It looks so delicious.... (World in Eyes)

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  34. Wow, this looks so delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe! I can't wait to try it out.

    xoxo
    Lovely

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  35. Thank you for generously sharing your recipe. We love beans at home, and I bet the kids will love this recip too!

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  36. I don't have pressure cooker so thanks for providing a option to cook this lovey beens even cooker. I will definitely give this a try. My boys love beans.

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  37. This looks like a really tasty recipe. I'll have to try it out sometime.

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  38. ooh I love homemade beans and these look delicious and super easy to make, thanks for sharing

    Laura x

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