Pinto Beans

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George2456

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Posted: 03 Sep 2012, 11:16
My pinto beans are quite good. I prepared them in the slow cooker. One note, the ham bone made the beans very salty. Maybe I'll use turkey bacon the next time.
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George
Kaylorraine

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Posted: 03 Sep 2012, 15:09
Hey George, I love pinto beans also. I put a couple of ham hocks in my beans and about two table spoons of chilli powder. I cook them down to a thick juice and add salt a little at a time so as not to make them too salty. Everybody love them.



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