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Nozoki wrote:I recently canned a bunch of pinto beans and I didn't add any seasoning or spices during processing other than a teaspoon of salt to each jar. It's convenient having beans ready to go anytime, but they are pretty bland as is. Any ideas on imparting some flavor into them during re-heating?
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ZombieGranny wrote:If there is any liquid, I'd drain it off before heating.
Adding the seasonings in a liquid form and heating 'long & slow' would allow the beans to soak in the flavor rather than just have it on top.
Or one could mash the beans with the seasonings, and fill some tortillas.
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