Ribs, beans, zucchini and corn (veggies have herb compound butter)
Pinto Beans (follow up recipe to Pork Ribs)

Because these pinto beans are cooked in this flavorful cooking liquid from the ribs, they have an amazing smokey pork flavor and need no additional salt.

Course: Side Dish
Keyword: instant pot, pinto beans, pork, pressure cooker, side
Author: Kayla
  • 2.5 cups cooking liquid from Pork Ribs see Best of Both Worlds Pork Ribs recipe
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 1/2 pound dried pinto beans
  1. After Best of Both Worlds Pork Ribs have finished cooking, drain and strain liquid into Instant Pot (or similar pressure cooking device). 

  2. Add water and beans to cooking liquid, stir.

  3. Secure/lock lid to pressure cooker. Set cooker to Bean/Chili program, adjusting time to 35 minutes. (Make sure the venting knob is in the sealed position.)

  4. Once cooking program has finished, wait 20 more minutes before releasing remaining pressure. 

  5. You can drain off some or all of the excess cooking liquid before serving. 

Recipe Notes

This recipe is intended to be a follow-up recipe to The Best of Both Worlds Pork Ribs (this recipe uses the cooking liquid from that recipe). If you are making a double batch of the rib recipe, you can double the ingredients in this recipe without doubling cooking time.