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Everything we can put in the garden is welcome, not easy times are expected to come.

  • 3 kg green beans
  • 3 tablespoons salt
  • 1 preservative
  • 2.5 l water
  • 5 jars of 850ml

Servings: -

Preparation time: less than 90 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Green beans in a jar:

Clean the beans, cut them into smaller pieces, wash them well and then put them in a pot of water and salt to boil.

We leave it a little harder (not to be boiled as for food) at the end we add the preservative and let it boil for another 5 minutes. We strain it from the water and we put it in jars then we fill it with the water in which it boiled.

We seal the jars, turn them with the lid down for 5 minutes and then cover them with a blanket until the next day, after which we follow the road to the pantry. Good luck. be useful.







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Canned food for winter: Green bean stew in a jar

This green bean stew in the jar will be so good in the cold season, or during fasting periods, that it will get you out of the impasse when you don't have time to cook!

Green bean stew in a jar

It will be so good in the cold season, or during fasting periods, this green bean stew in a jar, that it will get you out of the impasse when you don't have time to cook!

Very good, especially for salads, or borsch, will also be this recipe for Green beans in a jar, preserved & icircn brine!

Ingredients for Green Bean Stew in a Jar

  • 2 kg green beans
  • 500 g yellow onion
  • 5-6 cloves of garlic
  • 1 kg of roots (carrot, celery, parsnip, parsley root)
  • 500 gr pepper (gogosar, kapia, fat pepper)
  • 750 gr tomato paste or broth
  • 350-400 ml oil
  • enough water to cover the ingredients well
  • salt (to taste, as for a regular meal)
  • pepper
  • paprika sweet + hot
  • thyme
  • basil
  • marjoram

Preparation Green bean stew in a jar

We clean and wash all the vegetables well, then we chop them finely.
We remove the heads from green beans and we break it into smaller pieces.
Put the oil and calamit in a bowl on the fire onion, just p & acircnă & icircşi change color slightly.
We don't have to fry it !!
add beets and mix them well with the onion.
Let them penetrate easily, mixing them so that they do not burn on the edges, then add the green beans and fill with boiled water so that all the ingredients are well covered.
In 15-20 minutes we will add and pepper, add more hot water, then leave the pot on medium heat until all the vegetables are well penetrated.
Add the tomato paste, the garlic given on the grater and match the taste of salt and spices.
Wash the jars and sterilize them in the hot oven for 5-6 minutes.
Then we fill them with delicious green bean stew, hot, we immediately screw the lids on and put them in the oven with the fire on for 5-6 minutes.
After extinguishing the fire, leave the jars with green bean stew In the oven, they will cool down definitively and only then we put them in the pantry.
In winter, the jars are opened, the contents are heated and greens are added for added freshness.


Green beans in a jar












Ingredient:

5 kg green beans
2 kg tomatoes
500 gr bell pepper
4 pieces of onion
1 link celery leaves
2 bundles of parsley leaves
250 ml oil
salt never (in bulk) to taste
salicyl, or preservative powder (optional)

We wash and clean the green beans. We break it into suitable pieces. Peel onions and bell peppers, then cut them into thin slices and set them aside separately. We cut the tomatoes and burn them in hot water (this way we can more easily peel the skin from the tomatoes) then we peel them and cut them into slices in a bowl. Finely chop the celery and parsley leaves. These being done, we move on to assembly.
We take a pot larger than 20 l and start making the layers. The first layer will be a row of green beans over which we will put a row of bell peppers, a row of onions, a row of tomatoes, then a row of chopped greens. Put a little salt on top. Cover with a new row of beans and repeat the layers of vegetables until all the ingredients are finished. The last layer will be mandatory green beans.
Pour 250 ml of oil on top, cover the pot with a lid and put it on the fire to boil. The beans are ready when the top layer is cooked. Take it with a spoon from the composition and put it in jars. boiling time in each jar. We will staple the jars and put them in dry dust beds until the next day, after which we will place the jars in the pantry.
From this type of canned green beans you can quickly prepare a soup, a soup, a low meal or a fasting meal when you are pressed for time.


Green beans in a jar












Ingredient:

5 kg green beans
2 kg tomatoes
500 gr bell pepper
4 pieces of onion
1 link celery leaves
2 bundles of parsley leaves
250 ml oil
salt never (in bulk) to taste
salicyl, or preservative powder (optional)

We wash and clean the green beans. We break it into suitable pieces. Peel onions and bell peppers, then cut them into thin slices and set them aside separately. We cut the tomatoes and burn them in hot water (this way we can more easily peel the skin from the tomatoes) then we peel them from the skin and cut them into slices in a bowl. Finely chop the celery and parsley leaves. These being done, we move on to assembly.
We take a pot larger than 20 l and start making the layers. The first layer will be a row of green beans over which we will put a row of bell peppers, a row of onions, a row of tomatoes, then a row of chopped greens. Put a little salt on top. Cover with a new row of beans and repeat the layers of vegetables until all the ingredients are finished. The last layer will be mandatory green beans.
Pour 250 ml of oil on top, cover the pot with a lid and put it on the fire to boil. The beans are ready when the top layer is cooked. Take it with a spoon from the composition and put it in jars. cooking time in each jar. We will staple the jars and put them in dry dust beds until the next day, after which we will place the jars in the pantry.
From this type of canned green beans you can quickly prepare a soup, a soup, a low meal or a fasting meal when you are pressed for time.


Salad with tuna, eggs and green beans

What do we like most about salads? We never run out of delicious combinations! Proof? This salad with tuna, eggs and green beans! See the recipe here!

ingredients

1 canned tuna pieces
5 cherry tomatoes
2-3 boiled eggs
1 jar of boiled green beans already
Red onion
Baby spinach
Lemon juice
Salt pepper
2-3 boiled potatoes
Olive oil
black olives

Method of preparation

Put the eggs to boil and leave them for 10 minutes, so that they are hard boiled. We take them out, let them cool, then peel them.

In another bowl, put water with a little salt and potatoes, and peel, to boil.

We leave it until they are penetrated, about 20-25 minutes, after which we take it out.

& Icirci peel the c & acirct are warm.

In a large bowl add: quartered potatoes, spinach, tuna, green beans, red onions, olives, and finally the cherry tomatoes and half-cut eggs.

Season with lemon & acircie juice, olive oil, salt and pepper.


Pour water into a saucepan to fill three-quarters. Boil it over high heat, covered, and bring it to the boil. Boil the green beans in the uncovered pan for 5 minutes or until slightly softened. Drain the liquid sheaths in a strainer.

Meanwhile, in a non-stick pan, heat the oil over medium-high heat and make sure it covers the entire surface. Saute the mushrooms, onions, garlic with salt for almost 5 minutes, until you see that the mushrooms have softened and browned slightly. Stir the vegetables from the pan frequently. Add the lemon juice, ground pepper and green bean pods. In the end, you serve this garnish as such, especially since it doesn't have a lot of fat.


Green Beans at Borcan

Clean the ends of the bean pods, cut or break each pod into 2-3 pieces (3-4 cm), wash in cold water and allow to drain. Boil it in a pot of boiling salted water, just enough to cover it. Add the carrot, pepper (optional) and greens.

When the water starts to boil again, add the bay leaves and the spicy fix, then let it boil for another 8-10 minutes or until the beans are half done.

Put the pods in sterilized and heated jars, filling them with a spoon, but taking care not to break. Fill with the juice in which they boiled up to 1 finger under the lid. Remove the air bubbles between the bean pieces from each jar.

Seal the jars with aluminum foil, then screw the lids on tightly.
Place the jars in a tray and put them in the hot oven. Minimize the fire when the contents of the jars start to boil and continue sterilizing for 45 minutes.
Then transfer between the beds and allow to cool completely.

Label and give to the pantry.
Use in the preparation of soups, side dishes or salads.


Green beans in a jar

ingredients
* 3-4 kg tender green beans without threads (I like fideluta beans), * 1 carrot, * 1 red kapia pepper or 3-4 peppers, * 1 fixed spicy sachet, * a few sprigs of parsley and celery, * 5- 6 bay leaves

Difficulty: low | Time: 2h


Green beans in a jar. Beans pod for the winter

This year, more than ever, we have a garden full of green beans. So we enjoy delicious dishes made with it, we put it in the freezer in the winter, but as there are too many, we also tested a variant of green beans in a jar for the winter to use the pantry, not just the freezer.

I haven't put green beans in the jar before, so I started to research myself, either on the net, or from the old books I have from my grandmother, or by asking the housewives from the neighbors. I found out that there are several ways we can put beans in a jar, but in principle there are no major differences.

For example, there are cooking methods that suggest putting in jars the water in which we boil / blanch the green beans. Others say it's better to boil water separately. I chose the second option because it seemed a little more logical in the sense that we can better approximate the amount of water and salt we will use.

That's also because I only put a jar for now because that's all I had when I filmed the video version of today's recipe and which you can find below. I just wanted to show you how to have video explanations, not just written ones.

If you prepare a larger amount of green beans for the winter in the jar, then a more effective option would be to use the water in which you boil them. Estimate from the beginning how much water would be needed to put over the beans in the jars, add salt, scald the beans and when it has cooled put it in jars and pour the brine over it after reheating. This is also a variant.

  • 500 grams of green beans
  • 500 ml of water
  • 10 grams of high salt for pickles (iodine free)

Preparation for green beans in a jar for the winter

I will show you today the other option in which we do not use the water in which we blanched the green beans. I thought this option was better because I could better control the amount of brine I put in the jars.

Step 1 & # 8211 Preparation

For a start, we choose the young, tender pods, with the grains in formation, as uniform as possible and of close size. We wash them in several waters or under running water, after which we remove the tails and the tips.

Step 2 & # 8211 blasting / scalding

Bring water to a boil and add a little salt (I used 1.5 liters of water and a teaspoon of salt). Blanch the green beans, ie scald them by putting them in boiling water. Let it boil, depending on the size of the pods and the freshness, for a maximum of 5 minutes. After blanching, the pods become more elastic and acquire a more pronounced color, green or yellow, depending on the variety.

BLANŞÁRE s.f. Sterilization operation, by scalding, of food, used in the canning industry. - Cf. fr. blanchir. (Explanatory dictionary of the Romanian language)

Step 3 & # 8211 Cooling

After scalding, remove the pods from the hot water and place them in a bowl of water as cold as possible, possibly even with ice cubes. In this way they will cool faster and at the same time retain their color. After leaving them in cold water for a few minutes, take them out and put them in a strainer to cool.

CAREFUL! If the beans are not well cooled they will ferment during storage and will not be able to be consumed!

Step 4 & # 8211 Putting in jars

We put the beans in the sterilized jars beforehand! See in the video below how to sterilize jars and lids!

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Step 5 & # 8211 Prepare the brine

We prepare the brine using 20 grams of salt per 1 liter of water. As I only needed 500 ml I used only 10 grams of salt.

Step 6 & # 8211 Pour the brine into the jars

We will pour the boiled brine into jars, taking care not to crack them. To do this, we will place the jars on a metal support or put a metal knife under them. After pouring the brine, close the lids tightly and sterilize the jars once more.

Step 7 & # 8211 Final sterilization of the jars

The sterilization of the jars is done by boiling them at Bain Marie, an operation that in Transylvania is also known as "dunstuială" or "dunstulit".

Basically we will over sterilize the jars by boiling them in water and steam. We will use for this a spacious pot in which we put, at the base, a towel after which we place the jars and pour water up to 3/4 of their height.

For added safety and if there are more, the jars will need to be wrapped in towels or newspapers / paper beforehand to avoid accidents that may occur during cooking.

They can break accidentally and in this case the shards can also be thrown into neighboring jars. This way the other jars are protected by the cloth or paper wrapper.

BAIN-MARIE / ben-marí / s. n. A way of boiling or lightly cooking a food, a body, consisting of placing the container in which it is contained in the water that is heated directly. (& lt fr. bain-marie)

The final sterilization of the jars should take about 60 minutes, more or less, depending on the size and degree of maturity of the pods but also on the size of the jars. I sterilized for 40 minutes. Careful! Time is timed from the moment the water starts to boil.

See below the video recipe!

To create a constant temperature around the jars, they are also covered with a second wet cloth or a double baking paper, crumpled and moistened. This will form a lid that will keep the temperature constant and raise it to over 100 degrees.

After the sterilization time has elapsed, we will take the jars out of the water and wrap them in ppturi, letting them cool slowly, after which we will take them to the cold, in the pantry for the winter.

The final sterilization can be done and in the oven. The pot is prepared exactly as we said above, except that we will no longer cover the jars. We put the pot on the oven tray, close the door and turn on the heat by setting the oven to 150 degrees if it is electric or we set it to medium to low if we have a gas oven. We notice when the water starts to boil and then we time the sterilization time. The whole process will take longer because the water in the pot will take a long time, more than an hour, to reach boiling.

After the sterilization time has elapsed, turn off the heat source and let the jars cool slowly in the oven until the next day. We transfer to the pantry for storage.

Spor has prepared green beans in a jar for the winter!


Low green beans with sausages

We need:
& # 8211 a jar of green beans (450 g)
& # 8211 a little white onion
& # 8211 2 cloves of garlic
& # 8211 two tablespoons of flour
& # 8211 little oil
& # 8211 paprika, salt, vegeta, basil, green parsley
& # 8211 broth
& # 8211 sour cream (optional)
& # 8211 sausages (I chose Rose sausages)

Finely chop the onion and fry in oil (enough oil to cover the pan). When the onion is bottled, add the flour, fry a little together and then quench with broth.

Put the beans, half a glass of water and enough broth to cover the beans well. Season with garlic. Bring to a boil over low heat until a little water drops and a delicious sauce remains.