Pressure Cooker White Beans with Tomatoes and Sage
- 1 pound dried Great Northern beans, rinsed and stones removed
- water as needed
- 5½ cups vegetable stock
- ½ yellow onion, minced
- 15 cherry tomatoes, halved
- 2 tablespoons chopped fresh sage
- salt and ground black pepper to taste
- Place beans in inner pot of pressure cooker and pour cold water over beans to cover by 1 inch.
- Lock pressure cooker lid in place and set steam vent handle to Sealing. Select Pressure Cook (manual) and cook on High Pressure for 1 minute. Turn steam vent handle to Venting to quick-release pressure.
- Drain and rinse beans under cold water, discarding cooking liquid. Transfer beans back to inner pot.
- Stir vegetable stock and onion into beans.
- Lock pressure cooker lid in place and set steam vent handle to Sealing. Select Pressure Cook (manual) and cook on High Pressure for 15 minutes. Let pressure release naturally.
- Stir tomatoes and sage into beans; season with salt and pepper.
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What others are saying
Randall Hauk says:
This might be the most-ridiculous recipe ever. You won't believe the amount of flavor and texture you get from this, I swear! The sage and tomatoes are perfect foils for the creamy white beans. It's rare I don't reach for the hot sauce, but this one is so perfectly seasoned, it would have been a sin to adjust it with heat.
Jen the Mighty says:
White beans with tomatoes and sage are an excellent go-to fill-me-up meal. Maybe next time I'll add some bacon and garlic, but this is a solid recipe, and so great I don't need to soak the beans overnight.
Sam Dalton says:
I enjoyed this dish and all of the really good flavors it embodied. You don't have to waste time soaking the beans overnight, and the pressure cooker does all the hard work. I love how simple this was, very good.
Jessica Scott says:
I think white beans are so underrated! This recipe was fantastic. It's super simple but is packed with a ton of flavor. The onion, tomato, and sage make for a winning combination.
Jazzy Brewer says:
Such a great recipe and perfect for a side dish or to serve with lunch. Yes, it’s that good. I made this with a rotisserie chicken and some veggies.
Andrea Van Pelt says:
There is an error in the recipe. Fifteen minutes is not long enough to cook the beans, even after a presoak. The same recipe is in the booklet that comes with the Multipot, and instructs to cook for 55 minutes. Thought they needed more flavor, so I added carrots, celery, garlic and nutritional yeast. And chopped kale.