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Santa Fe Bean Company Pinto Beans, 8-Ounce Pouches (Pack of 8)
- All natural
- Low sodium
- High in fiber
- Fat free
- Pack of 8 8-ounce pouches
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Start with 5 cups of water in a 3-quart sauce pan. Bring to a boil on stovetop. Slowly stir in contents of package; turn stove to low heat. Cover sauce pan with lid. Stir occasionally. Cook 25 minutes or until beans are tender. Add salt and/or seasonings to desired taste.
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Top Customer Reviews
Occasionally I need less than a quart of pinto beans - that's where these Santa Fe pinto beans come in. Using a kitchen scale (or postage scale) the following are the ratios for smaller amounts:
8oz (1 bag) of dried beans mixed with 5 cups of water to create just almost 6 cups of pinto beans
4oz of dried beans mixed with 2 1/2 cups of water makes about 3 cups of pinto beans
2oz of dried beans mixed with 1 1/4 cups of water makes about 1 3/4 cups of pinto beans
1oz of dried beans mixed with 3/4 cup of water makes about 1 cup of pinto beans
These beans are unflavored and unsalted, allowing the cook more flexibility with the recipe. While these don't taste like my homemade canned pinto beans, they taste almost as good.
I gave the product four stars because even with proper cooking, some of the beans come out a little hard - but that happens to me when I make regular pintos, too.
When I need beans for a recipe and don't have some made in the fridge, this is my choice -- I hate the idea of using so many canned foods until they (food companies) get the can-lining toxicity problems taken care of -- and since you can't get prepared beans in jars, I'll go with these that are pre-cooked/dried.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
If you want to prep I recommend this product. Rice and beans provide a complete protein. They are So easy to use in any recipe with beans. Taste great and reduces cooking time.Published 10 months ago by ShoeAddict
These things are great. No bad ingredients, just pre-cooked, dehydrated pinto beans. Not even any added salt. They keep a very long time. Read morePublished 12 months ago by R. Posey
This may be one of the best backpacking food options ever. I take it on every trip! They have a few different types. All good. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Phillip M. Nazaroff
These "pinto beans" were filled with refried beans inside the boxPublished 16 months ago by Amazon FL Guy
I've had this product before, purchasing direct at the grocery store. However, that is not possible where I am now, so I had to order these. Read morePublished on December 3, 2013 by Ben P.