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Cook pinto beans using a slow cooker by first washing and rinsing the beans well before soaking them in water overnight to soften them up. Drain out the water, and spoon the beans into the slow cooker along with 4 cups o... More »

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Pinto beans lend themselves well to slow cooking, and can be combined with ham and spices to make a tasty chili-style dish. Pinto beans are usually dried and must soak in water for about 8 hours to rehydrate. More »

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Ree Drummond offers a recipe for spicy beans that includes ingredients such as dry pinto beans, a ham hock, onion, bell peppers, garlic and jalapeno peppers. Find the recipe at ThePioneerWoman.com. More »

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