Canned Pinto Beans Recipe


Canned Pinto Beans Recipe

Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.

Prep Time: 25 minutes
Cook Time: 45 Minutes

Ingredients:

2 cups Dry Pinto Beans
2 tsp Coarse Sea Salt
6 cups water + more for water bath

Directions:

• Wash your canning jars, lids, gaskets, screw tops in the dishwasher on sanitize, boiling water on the stove, or extremely hot sink water.
• Boil another pot of water, you will be putting this in the jar, you can use a pot a tea kettle, or water from your coffee pot.
• Place hot jars on table (you may want to put a dish towel underneath them).
• Scoop ½ cup dry beans into hot jar.
• Add ½ teaspoon coarse sea salt.
• Fill with hot water (leave ½” header space).
• Place hot lid and ring on top and tighten down well.
• Place jars in pressure canner according to your models directions.
• Secure lid and process using the canning button for 45 minutes, or under 10 lbs of pressure for 45 minutes if you do not have your canner’s instructions.
• Remove jars.
• As your jars cool you will hear that satisfying pop letting you know that your jar has sealed properly.

• Makes 12 servings Canned Pinto Beans

Canned Pinto Beans Recipe. Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.


• Pressure canners these days are much better than they used to be. Use a good Pressure Canner to make all your canning easier!

• In this tutorial, the rings were built into the lid. If you have the old lids + rings + bands, no problem, it works the same way.

• Make sure you sterilize all the parts of your canning jar: the jar itself, lids, bands. Some people just use REALLY hot sink water to get the jars good and hot and clean. You can also run the jars through the dishwasher instead to make sure they are clean and come out hot. And there is the old boil it all on the stove so they come out squeaky clean and remain hot.

• This recipe makes 4 pints or 2 quarts.

•One pound of beans will make 4 pint jars.

Canned Pinto Beans Mise en Place:

• 4 Pint Canning Jars
• 4 Lids and Screw Tops
• Pot or Tea Kettle
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons
• Jar Lifter
Pressure Canner

Canned Pinto Beans Recipe. Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.


• Wash your canning jars, lids, gaskets, screw tops in the dishwasher on sanitize, boiling water on the stove, or extremely hot sink water.
• Boil another pot of water, you will be putting this in the jar, you can use a pot a tea kettle, or water from your coffee pot.
• Place hot jars on table (you may want to put a dish towel underneath them).
• Scoop ½ cup dry beans into hot jar.

Canned Pinto Beans Recipe. Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.


• Add ½ teaspoon coarse sea salt.

Canned Pinto Beans Recipe. Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.


• Fill with hot water (leave ½” header space).

Canned Pinto Beans Recipe. Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.


• Place hot lid and ring on top and tighten down well.

Canned Pinto Beans Recipe. Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.


• Secure lid and process using the canning button for 45 minutes, or under 10 lbs of pressure for 45 minutes if you do not have your canner’s instructions.
• Remove jars.
• As your jars cool you will hear that satisfying pop letting you know that your jar has sealed properly.

Canned Pinto Beans Recipe. Beans are nutritious, delicious, inexpensive and go with a large variety of meats and vegetables or on their own; they are the perfect pantry staple to keep on hand at all times. Make your own Canned Pinto Beans to have on hand as a side dish, or to add to your favorite recipe.


• Makes 12 servings Canned Pinto Beans


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Comments

  1. I absolutely love how easy this is! I love pinto beans and this would make preparing them way easier. Thanks for sharing with us at Merry Monday this week!

  2. Where were you when I was 17 first on my own. I made beans to can, the instructions said to make sure the jars “lids” were covered with water. I didn’t have a canner so I flipped the jars over and boiled them lid side down. All excited I went to show them to my Mom two weeks later and broke out in tears when they were all moldly lol. I would have given anything for a blog post like this back then. Well done.

    • Oh Leanna, what a story!! I hope all your other canning endeavors went smoother.

      I think the pressure canners have come so far that it is difficult to mess-up these days – not impossible mind you, but difficult.

      Ann

  3. Love this idea! Thanks for sharing it with the Delicious Dishes Recipe party this week!

  4. I had no idea canning Pinto Beans would be this easy! Thanks for sharing a great recipe!! Stopping by from Foodie FriDIY to do some extra sharing and let you know I’m featuring your recipe this week – come back and share again!

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