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White beans, green beans and even thick beans can be wonderfully preserved by first pickling them with various spices and then cooking them in preserving jars. What ingredients you need in addition to the legumes for canning and which tips and tricks there are for the preparation, you can find out here.

Fresh beans from the garden can be easily preserved - either freeze or boil. If your freezer bursts at the seams before the harvest, then this year you'll go for the canning method. Below we have two recipes ready for you: Once salty and once sour.

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Recipe for cooked, salty beans

Ingredients for 2-3 glasses:

  • 1 kg beans (green)
  • water
  • 20 g salt

Preparation:

  1. First clean the jars and lids (or rings) with hot water and detergent, then rinse with boiling water.
  2. Thoroughly clean and wash the beans. Cut off the ends of the beans. Leave the beans as sticks or cut into bite-sized pieces.
  3. Bring water to a boil with salt in a large saucepan and blanch the vegetables for about five minutes. Preheat the oven to 100 degrees Celsius.
  4. Remove the beans from the water, quench with cold water and allow to cool slightly. Meanwhile boil the bean water again.
  5. Put the beans in the jars and pour the boiling bean stock over the vegetables. Close tightly with the lids.
  6. Fill a dripping pan with water and place the sealed jars in it. Make sure that the glasses do not touch the pan. Put everything in the oven and cook for two hours.
  7. Remove the hot glasses from the oven and let cool with a dishcloth covered.

The cooked beans taste particularly delicious as crisp bean salad with onions and a vinegar-oil vinaigrette to fish or meat.

Canning is fun with these helpful tips and tricks!

Recipe for sour beans

Ingredients for 4-6 glasses:

  • 2 kg beans (green or yellow)
  • 4 medium onions
  • 1 liter of water
  • 250 ml of vinegar
  • 60 g of sugar
  • insert spice
  • salt
  • savory
  • dill

Preparation:

  1. Again, clean the preserving jars and lids with boiling water.
  2. Clean the beans, wash and cut off the ends.
  3. Boil for about 10 to 15 minutes in salted water.
  4. Remove the beans from the water, quench them with ice-water and finally add as bars or pieces into the prepared jars. Add savory and dill to the beans. Add two teaspoons of seasoning spice per glass.
  5. Peel the onions and cut into thin rings.
  6. Bring water with salt, sugar, vinegar and onions to a boil in a large saucepan and simmer for a few minutes.
  7. Fill the broth into the glasses and close with the lids immediately.
  8. Fill a dripping pan with water and place the sealed jars in it. Make sure that the glasses do not touch the outer edge of the pan. Put everything in the oven and cook for two hours.
  9. Remove the hot glasses from the oven and let cool with a dishcloth covered.

Are you looking for more delicious canning recipes? Then we recommend our great canning special. Here are delicious recipes for sweets and treats - all preserved in small glasses!

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