Add some extra flavor to your meal with these Ninja Foodi Black Beans and no soaking is needed!
If you enjoyed these Ninja Foodi Beans, be sure to check out this recipe today for Ninja Foodi Black Beans. It’s going to be the same method that I used previously but this time the focus is on Black Beans.
How do you make Ninja Foodi Black Beans using a No Soak Method?
In the case of this recipe, I used dry black beans and pressure-cooked them for 25 minutes because they were not soaked. If they are soaked, you can actually cook them for 5 minutes instead, even quicker if you soak them overnight.
This chart from Ninja Kitchen is very useful in terms of beans, if you scroll to page 4, you will find the cook times for soaked beans, but if you are like me and do not soak them, 25 minutes is a perfect time.
How do you cook beans in the Ninja Foodi?
These beans are easy to make in the Ninja Foodi or Instant Pot. All you will need to do is place the dried beans into the pot of the Ninja Foodi along with 6 cups of water and any seasonings you want to add to your beans.
At that point, it’s time to pressure cook for 25 minutes if they are dried beans, without soaking. Once the timer goes up, let them naturally release (do nothing) for 10 minutes. This allows the liquid to simmer back down and will not spew out the nozzle.
That’s all you need to do, it’s as easy as making this Ninja Foodi Rice.
Tips for Making Ninja Foodi Black Beans:
These beans are easy to get creative with, you can add in a variety of ingredients like jalapenos, onions, chilies, and more!
It’s really up to your taste and preference.
I do suggest draining these before serving to remove the liquid.
Remember this recipe does use 1 pound of dried black beans, so you will have a lot of beans to use for a variety of recipes throughout the week or the month.
Enjoy these Ninja Foodi Black Beans!
Ninja Foodi Black Beans
- 1 Lb Dry Black Beans Rinsed
- 2 Cloves Crushed Garlic
- 1/2 Cup Diced Onion
- 1 Tsp Salt
- 1 Tsp Pepper
- 2 Tbsp Taco Seasoning
- 6 Cups Water
- Place the beans, garlic, and onion, along with the seasonings into the pot of the Ninja Foodi.
- Add 6 cups of water.
- Secure the pressure cooker lid to the Ninja Foodi and set the nozzle to SEAL.
- Cook on high pressure for 25 minutes, if beans have been soaked, cook for 5 minutes.
- Once the cooking time is over, let them naturally release (DO NOTHING) for 10 minutes.
- Release the remaining pressure, stir and serve.
- These can also be drained first if preferred.