Ingredients for 8 servings:

red beans

1 pound

Red beans (about 2 ½ cups)

pornk

1 pound

Piece of pork bone or tail

aceite oliva

3 tablespoons

Oil

onions

1½ cups

Sliced green onions

tomatoes

1½ cups

Peeled and diced tomatoes

cumin

1/2 tablespoons

Ground cuminground cumin

salt

1/4 tablespoons

Salt

chicken cubes

2

Chicken bouillon cubes

cilantro

1/4 cups

Minced cilantro

  1. 1 pound Red beans (about 2 ½ cups)

  2. 1 pound Piece of pork bone or tail

  3. 3 tablespoons Oil

  4. 1½ cups Sliced green onions

  5. 1½ cups Peeled and diced tomatoes

  6. 1/2 tablespoons Ground cuminground cumin

  7. 1/4 tablespoons Salt

  8. 2 Chicken bouillon cubes

  9. 1/4 cups Minced cilantro


Instructions:

  1. Wash the beans with plenty of water, and soak covered with water overnight.

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  2. Drain the beans and discard the soaking water. Place the beans, the pork bone, and 4 cups of fresh water in a pressure cooker and cook for 30 minutes. You can also cook the beans in a regular pot for 21⁄2 hours, until soft but not cracked or mushy. The beans should be soft but not too soft since they must still cook with the guiso. Uncover the pressure cooker; from now on you will use it as a regular pot for this recipe.

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  3. While the beans cook, make the guiso: place the oil, green onions, tomatoes, cumin*, and salt in a medium sauté pan and cook over medium-low heat for 12 to 15 minutes.

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  4. Add the guiso and the chicken bouillon cube to the beans, and cook over medium-low heat until the beans have softened completely without loosing their shape, about 45 minutes to one hour.

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