I soaked some black eye peas last night, but due to baby lambs in the night, the whole day is shot. I don't have time to bake the beans like I planned.
Can anyone help advise a pressure cooking novice how I can make 'baked' beans in under an hour and a half?
I really like this flavour: https://food52.com/recipes... I thought maybe do the prep the same, then bang it all in the pressure cooker for x-minuites on high, and hope for the best... only tomatoes mean I have to change the cooking time from 'standard for soaked black eye peas' to I don't know what, but longer because tomatoes slow cooking.
Running out of time, please advise. So hungry!
(ps, sorry, spell check died - just pretend like it is all spelled correctly. Don't have time to fix it right now.)
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