Easy Pressure Cooker Black Bean Stew + GIVEAWAY! {closed} Vegan/Vegetarian Recipe


Hey everyone,
It’s Teenuja here. Due to popular demand, today we’re sharing
an easy pressure cooker recipe which is a black bean stew that comes ready in just about
45 minutes and makes for an easy weekday meal. We were approached by COSORI to review their
pressure cooker and share a recipe. We were not required to make a video but we
were quite pleased with this pressure cooker so we decided to share this recipe with all
of you as well instead of just a review on the blog. COSORI is also giving away a similar pressure
cooker to one lucky follower of the Veganlovlie blog or channel. More details on this at the end of the video. Now let’s move on to the recipe. I am using black beans that have been soaking
for about 8 hours. I like to soak them for better digestion. This pressure cooker will however cook the
beans from dry if you haven’t soaked them. First let’s get all the spices ready. You’ll find the printable recipe on our
website. The link is in the description. I am using a mix of asafoetida (which is optional),
ground cumin, sweet paprika or chili powder if you like it spicy. coriander seed powder allspice and dried oregano. Keep the spices aside for now. Plug in the pressure cooker. Press the sauté-browning button. Then press start. Let the cooker heat for 2 minutes. Add one tablespoon of olive oil followed by
the minced ginger. You can also add in some diced onions at this
stage if you wish. Sauté for 1 minute. Add the spice mix and sauté for about 30
seconds. Add 1 cup of crushed tomatoes. I am using canned tomatoes, you can also use
fresh. 1 -2 bay leaves depending on the size, a couple
tablespoons of maple syrup or some other sweetener and a tablespoon of soy sauce. Sauté for about 5 minutes. Then press the stop-cancel button. Drain the soaked beans and add them to the
pot with 2 and half cups of water and 3/4 teaspoon of salt or to taste. Stir and mix well. Place the pressure cooker lid on and seal. Make sure the pressure release valve is set
to the locked position. Press the beans-chili button (It will default
to the highest pressure 11 minutes and medium temperature). Then press start. If you are using beans from dry, check the
recipe notes on our website for how to adjust these settings. After 11 minutes, let the steam go down naturally
until the float valve (i.e. the red indicator) is in the down position (this will take about
20 minutes). If you decide to manually let the steam out
by unlocking the valve, the beans will be al-dente rather than a creamy texture. Open the lid and let the steam escape away
from you. Optionally you can add some sweet corn and
green peas at this stage. Press the stop button. To thicken the sauce, press the soup button
and press start. Let it cook until the liquid is thickened
to your desired consistency. You may place the glass lid on or leave the
pot uncovered for quicker evaporation. Once you are happy with the sauce consistency,
press the stop-cancel button. Taste and adjust salt if needed. Lastly, stir in some freshly chopped parsley
or coriander leaves. Serve with rice or mashed potatoes along with
some salad or whatever condiments you like. This stew tastes like it’s been cooking
all day with layers of flavour sealed within the creamiest tender texture of each bean. Over here, it’s the perfect time of the
year to be enjoying stews and hearty meals. If you’ve enjoyed this recipe, don’t forget
to give us a thumbs up. For the giveaway that I announced earlier
you have the chance to win this 6-quart electric pressure cooker from COSORI. Isn’t that wonderful? It’s like getting an early Christmas present. You can enter the giveaway on our website. Check the link to the blog post in the description
below. This is open to residents of Canada and the
United States. Good luck to everyone. Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel
for more videos. You may also subscribe to our mailing list
and we’ll send you and email every time we have a new recipe or video. If you’d like more pressure cooker recipes
from us in the future, leave us a comment below and let us know. See you soon. Bye.

25 comments on “Easy Pressure Cooker Black Bean Stew + GIVEAWAY! {closed} Vegan/Vegetarian Recipe”

  1. Veganlovlie | Vegan Fusion-Mauritian Cooking says:

    ▶ Veganlovlie Recipes / Stews: A pressure cooker black bean stew recipe that comes ready in just about 45 minutes and makes for an easy weekday meal. This stew tastes like it’s been cooking all day with layers of flavour sealed within the creamiest tender texture of each bean. ✿ How to enter the COSORI GIVEAWAY + PRINTABLE RECIPE ▶ http://veganlovlie.com/pressure-cooker-recipe-black-bean-stew/

    ✿ Where to buy the COSORI pressure cooker ✿
    Amazon US – http://amzn.to/2j7ITvJ
    Amazon Canada – http://amzn.to/2hLeyGK

  2. Say Hello Chica says:

    This recipe using the pressure cooker is wonderful & like you said.. it’s great to be able to cook something hearty & delicious during this time of year! Thank you For the demonstration of the pressure cooker, I’ve always been intimidated by them but not anymore LOL. You made it look so easy

  3. Reyal Monique says:

    Looks very delicious.

  4. Liz Avendano says:

    If i use black beans from the can will it come out tasting the same as using dried beans?

  5. Lee Loves Lentils says:

    Looks delicious!!

  6. xbleedingx says:

    Est-ce que vous allez jamais faire des vidéos en français ? 👌🏻⚜️

  7. Catherine Patin says:

    This recipe looks amazing! I always look forward to your postings and have now subscribed to your mailing list, so I can get a notification there also.

  8. Sha Blank says:

    omg looks so good

  9. Corey Caswell says:

    Respect give thanks nice.

  10. Marie Santher says:

    Hi Teenuja, so nice to get delicious recipes from you. I made sweet potato rotti. It came out so good. Keep on posting your delicious recipes. Thank you so much. Happy thanks giving. Marie Santher 🇨🇦

  11. Sam V says:

    Added to my list of recipes to make. I love all of your recipes, they are always so full of flavor. Thank you for posting.

  12. FOODTV HD says:

    Good cooker

  13. chisler26 says:

    Wow, that looks so good, I’m going to have to try that. I love my old pressure cooker, I use it all the time. Pity I can’t enter the competition though being in the UK🙁

  14. Bliss_within says:

    This stew look so yummy!! And that pressure cooker is awesome. Never seen one like that. It looks like a mini microwave with all the settings haha 😀 . Been trying to get the raw black beans to cook since a while but they were not available. Will have to check out at the shop again.

  15. Emily Sasra says:

    You said it was open to residents of Canada, but now I see on your website "excluding Quebec" 🙁 Why though 🙁
    #sad

  16. Locksmanful says:

    Can I use a "normal" pressure-pot (non electric) for this recipe ? I think so.

  17. higherlivingPJW Last says:

    Hello! I just found your channel yesterday and made these beans today. These are the best beans I have ever made! I found this recipe to be sweet, savory, and rustic… so good! I sautéed a half an onion with the chopped ginger in vegetable broth instead of oil and I used liquid aminos as a gluten free alternative for the soy sauce. Thank you so much for sharing and I look forward to trying more of your recipes. I would be interested in seeing additional pressure cooker recipes.

  18. Chef Jana says:

    I have no words to describe how much Im loving your channel, it is so peaceful and the food is amazing! Keep the vids coming, you guys are such un inspiration! Oh, and thanks for the follow back on IG, made my day. 🙂 Peace! CJ

  19. Luz Manzini says:

    Yummy yummy delicious recipe as always !!! 🙏🙏🙏

  20. Key Elevated says:

    This channel is evolving, congrads!! I remember when you had a few thousand followers. Thanks for all the recipes

  21. Karen Weathersby says:

    Thanks for the video veganlife👨‍🍳

  22. Mary Mundy says:

    I would love some more vegan recipes thanks!

  23. MonteithGrandchildren says:

    You have a lovely peaceful voice, such a pleasure to listen to you.

  24. Stephen Stanish says:

    Thanks for mentioning under-used Asafoetida/hing. I love this stuff! it's often not understood or even known about in western kitchens. And thanks for all your recipes.

  25. ann jean says:

    Outstanding video! Thank you for sharing.

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