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Of Course I Can: Pressure Canning Refried Beans

Ok so last post I showed you how to pressure can whole beans, this week we are going to take it one step farther and make refried beans! Making and canning your own refried beans ends up costing you around $0.25 per jar rather than the $1.34 that they are at my local grocery store. Amazing savings by taking just a little time and doing it yourself, and they taste so good. Ingredients needed 1/2 onion, chopped small 3 cups dry pinto beans, rinsed 1/2 fresh jalapeno pepper, seeded and chopped…

Homemade Refried Beans (and pressure canning them!)

Dear refritos, It must have been at least five years ago when my friend, foodmaster and chicken boss Miz Carmen and I spent a rainy, wind-lashed day cooking a monster batch of beans a la charra, a …

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The Best Refried Beans EVER (according to me!)

My family has been in panic mode since we ran out of refried beans in the pantry a couple of weeks ago. To say that my family likes beans would be the understatement of a century. They eat burritos like anyone else would eat PB and J. Thankfully beans are darn cheap! And when you can them yourself, they become even cheaper...and yummier! Recipe: I use the basic Dry Bean Recipe from the Ball Blue Book (aka the canning bible) but instead of leaving them plain, I add one (or more depending on…

Canning Pinto Beans

6 · 45 minutes · Canning Pinto Beans from dried beans could really not be easier. You can soak the beans or cook the beans from dry in your pressure cooker.


  • 3 lbs Pinto beans, dried
Baking & Spices
  • 1/2 tsp Salt
Rural Revolution: Refried beans: The last frontier of canning

UPDATE: Since putting up this post, I have learned that refried beans should NOT be home-canned because the viscosity is too thick to allow...

Canning refried beans the SMART way

It happened again. We had a Mexican food night at our neighborhood potluck , but I foolishly neglected to check the number of cans of refr...

Canned Refried Beans - Make them taste like a Restaurant's

It sounds too simple to be true, but try it and you'll be a convert.


Canned Goods
  • 1 can Refried beans
  • 1 tbsp Butter
  • 1 Cheese
  • 1/3 cup Milk
Homemade Refried Beans (and pressure canning them!) | Farm and Hearth

Dear refritos, It must have been at least five years ago when my friend, foodmaster and chicken boss Miz Carmen and I spent a rainy, wind-lashed day cooking a monster batch of beans a la charra, a …

Refried Bean Seasoning Mix

10 · A quick-to-use seasoning mix for your refried beans.


  • 4 tbsp 10 g oregano
  • 45 g Garlic powder
  • 30 g Onion powder
Baking & Spices
  • 30 g Black pepper, ground
  • 10 g Chili powder
  • 25 g Cocoa powder
  • 65 g Salt
Nuts & Seeds
  • 65 g Cumin, ground
Canning Refried Beans Recipe

So you take your beans, then you fry them once and then you refry them again before canning them, right? LOL. Nope, you are dead wrong! It's actually not that complicated, but I will explain the canning refried beans recipe in a little while. By the way have you already tried the canning ham recipe,

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Having home canned beans is a time saver when making refried beans. Learn pressure canning & healthy refried beans. This video will show step by step how to can your own beans at home! & how to use them. #refriedbeans #pressurecanningbeans #pressurecanathome #homecanning #canning #howtopressurecan
Save money & time, with this self reliant skill and sustainable habit. Learn how to preserve your own food by pressure canning. This homesteader survival skill is a zero waste practice. Plus, making refried beans has never been quicker! #homecanning #pressurecanning #canathome #refriedbeans #zerowaste #savetime #savemoney #homemaker
Refriend beans are enjoyed during breakfast, lunch, or dinner! Today we are making refried beans from scratch (almost).  While I don’t have a preference on brands, I do like the taste of the black beans (vs red), and come in a can as whole beans (not the already refried).  You blend one can of the black beans with one onion, and if you like, you can add garlic and one green pepper.  Blend away before you refried them with oil and butter...