Posted by: lornasass | March 8, 2010

PRESSURE COOKER VEGAN NEW MEXICAN PINTO BEAN SOUP

Photo courtesy of Cookbooks Cooks.

A Canadian foodie named Kelley Dunfield is cooking, photographing, and reporting on my recipes all month for her blog, Cookbook Cooks.

Her most recent post features one of my recipes from GREAT VEGETARIAN COOKING UNDER PRESSURE.  This book is actually vegan, but we were afraid to use “vegan” in the title since few people knew what the word meant when it was published!

Click on the blog link above if you’d like to try the recipe.

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Responses

  1. Thanks Lorna! Looking at the photo makes me want to eat my leftover New Mexican Pinto Bean Soup for coffee break instead of lunch!!
    Thanks for your great recipes and for introducing me to the world of pressure cooking!

  2. […] unknown wrote a very interesting post today.   Here’s a quick excerpt:PRESSURE COOKER VEGAN NEW MEXICAN PINTO BEAN SOUP. Photo coutesty of Cookbooks Cooks. A Canadian foodie named Kelley Dunfield is cooking, photographing, and reporting on my recipes all month for her blog, Cookbook Cooks. … […]

  3. Hawkins Pressure Cooker
    I love it. Okay at first, I thought I had the wrong lid to it. LOL Yes, I thought there was no way this lid would fit but after reading the instructions carefully over and over, I got it and now I can put it on and take it off without getting it into the food. It seals well, heats up fast and cooks my food in minutes. The pressure value is not something I have to worry about. It releases pressure as it needs to so it takes care of that on its own. I love this pressure cooker. I got the 5.0 and it’s perfect for meals for two

    • Yes, the lid on the Hawkins is a little tricky but glad you figured it out. Happy cooking!

  4. […] PRESSURE COOKER VEGAN NEW MEXICAN PINTO BEAN SOUP « PRESSURE COOKING WITH LORNA SASS Her most recent post features one of my recipes from GREAT VEGETARIAN COOKING UNDER PRESSURE. […]


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