Brothy Lima Beans and Greens (Stove or Instant Pot) This post may contain affiliate links.Read my disclosure policy.Somewhere between a thick stew and soup, these Brothy Lima Beans and Greens are hearty comfort food and budget friendly.Stove and Instant Pot.

Brothy Lima Beans and Greens Brothy Beans and Greens are the perfect Sunday dish because they need only a little prep on the front end, and then you can leave them alone to simmer.The results are a deeply flavorful stock and super-tender beans.Make them on the stove on weekends or in the Instant Pot if you want them ready in under an hour, I tested them both ways.

More of my favorite bean recipes are these Dominican Beans, Puerto Rican Beans and Mexican Pinto Beans with Queso.Dried lima beans have an incredibly buttery texture when cooked this way, but any bean will work with this method.Think of this recipe as a template: use any dried bean, whatever herbs and hearty greens you have on hand, and your favorite aromatics.

You can also drop in a Parmesan rind if you have one lying around; it will add a deeply savory flavor.Brothy Lima Beans Ingredients Vegetables: Celery, carrots, yellow onion, kale Bacon: If you’re a vegetarian, keep reading for directions on making the beans without meat.Dried Lima Beans, or any white bean Aromatics: Garlic, fresh thyme, lemon, salt How to Make Vegetarian If you’re vegetarian, sauté the vegetables in two tablespoons of olive oil and add

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