Here’s a tasty collection of Bean Recipes to get you Cooking with Dry Beans. If you’ve got canned beans, you can absolutely use them in these recipes as well. In these times, your food dollars are precious, let’s make them count!
A lot of people have purchased dry beans and then feel like they don’t what to make them. Honestly, they’re one of our favorites and they’re packed with protein! If you don’t know what to make with them bean recipe here for everyone, I promise!
How to Cook Dried Beans
Don’t know HOW to cook dried beans? We’ve got you covered too. There are several linked posts with “How to Cook Dry Beans” tutorials. So if you’re new to dry beans or you tried to cook them and discovered they are terrible, it’s probably HOW you’re cooking them.
They need a good soak and they cook for a while. Cooking with dry beans is easy once you get the hang of it.
Cooking With Dry Beans
You can USE cooked dry beans in any recipe that calls for a can of beans, and canned beans for dried beans.
What to Serve with a Dry Bean Soup?
Lots of times people don’t know what else to serve with their dried bean soups. I get it! Beans are so filling and full of nourishment it’s sometimes hard to think of what to serve with them. Keep it simple!
This collection of bean recipes has two sections, one for vegetarian recipes and one for non-vegetarian meals. There's truly something for everyone! Be sure to pin this post so you've got access to ALL the great recipes, or just pin your favorites.
Vegetarian Bean Recipes
There are SO many amazing vegetarian bean recipes here. Check the list, pin the ones you love and get ready to eat well!
A traditional refried beans recipe requires you to soak the beans, then boil them, then fry them in lard or oil. It’s a very time-intensive process. With my method, the beans aren’t pre-soaked, and the still turn out well. Not only that, you don’t have to fry them. They still have great flavor even without all the lard.
This quinoa salad is so tasty and easy. It is a family favorite during the summer. The kids are busy and I need something that travels well, does not require reheating, and is packed with healthy protein and veggies. This delicious quinoa salad checks all the boxes!
This is an extremely delicious vegan hummus recipe you will have to try! This healthy hummus recipe is excellent for direct consumption, as a vegan side dish, a vegan spread for toast, a gluten-free dip and an appetizer or as a protein-packed breakfast idea!
These creamy, buttery, tender Peruvian beans are super simple, healthy and easy to make. Spiced with ground chipotle pepper powder, these pressure cooker beans are filled with a deep, smoky flavor that accommodates a variety of dishes. Peruano beans are also known as mayocoba beans, canary beans or frijoles canarios. Gluten-free, vegan and oil-free. Stovetop method included!
This Instant Pot Soup is my spin on a Three Sisters Soup. Three Sisters refers to a companion planting technique used for planting beans, corn and squash together. This easy, healthy and delicious version uses crookneck squash, pinto beans, sweet corn, and the beautiful flavor of sage to tie it all together! This pressure cooker soup is vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free. Read on to learn more about the Three Sisters, as well as find this wholesome Native American-inspired recipe!
These Brioche Sweet Rolls filled with Red Bean Paste are a delicious and original way to include more Legumes into your diet. Perfect for breakfast and your kids lunchbox, these Red Bean Sweet Rolls are also a great healthier sweet treat to snack on all day long!
A thick spread of creamy buffalo hummus over a thin, crispy pizza crust topped with spinach, celery, buffalo-seasoned chickpeas, celery, sweet peppers, red onion, topped with mozzarella, some crumbled blue cheese and a lovely drizzle of ranch, this vegetarian pizza has a nice buffalo kick with plenty of crunch and creamy goodness.
This vegan chili recipe will delight your taste buds. It’s not only wholesome but delicious and easy to make. A vegan twist on this classic comfort food for those chilly days ahead makes for a healthy dinner packed with nutrients brimming with flavor!
How To Cook Beans In A Rice Cooker - How-to cook beans in a rice cooker. A simple no-fuss method to cook any amount of dried beans, perfect for the freezer, and easy on the stomach without any bean bloat!
This white chicken chili recipe made in the Instant Pot is perfect for fallbut we eat it year-round! A white chicken chili beans recipe that the whole family will love. It’s not too spicy, very flavorful, and thanks to the Instant Pot it’s on the table in less than 30 minutes.
Making homemade crockpot baked beans is so much better than those you get in a can from the store. When you know ahead of time what you would like to have for dinner or take as a dish to pass this recipe is perfect. Once you have tried these baked beans you will wonder why you didn't try it sooner.
This Crock Pot Bean Mix goes beyond your ordinary baked beans and really kicks it up a notch. There is so much IN the recipe that I can see why it was originally called a dinner when it appeared in the Rival crock-pot cookbook. However, I always consider it a side dish
These crock pot black-eyed peas with ham are so quick to put together. Just like any good slow cooker recipe – just dump all the ingredients in, cook all day, then enjoy a hearty, delicious dinner with your family!
A hearty delicious homemade bean soup that will have them coming back for seconds. It's one of those recipes that is even better the second day. Any leftovers can be frozen for those nights when you're too tired or busy to cook.
Hearty pulled pork and green chile black-eyed pea soup is a delicious twist to New Year’s traditions!In fact, you’ll want to add this to your menu anytime you have leftover pulled pork, rib meat, smoked turkey, or ham.