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Paste in a jar for the winter

Paste in a jar for the winter


Ideal in winter in the preparation of soups or pots.

  • 3 kg postage
  • 6 carrots
  • 4 onions
  • larch leaves
  • celery leaves
  • salt
  • pepper
  • oil
  • CONSERVING

Servings: 1

Preparation time: less than 120 minutes

RECIPE PREPARATION Paste in a jar for the winter:


  • The post is cleaned, washed well and scalded in salted water.

  • The vegetables are cleaned, washed well, finely chopped and fried in oil.

  • Add the scalded post and mix.

  • Season with salt and pepper.

  • Add the preservative, mix and turn off the heat.

  • Divide the composition into jars. seal the

  • Store in a cool, dark place.


Petunia

Jar pods for the winter are very easy to put. All you need are beans, water, salt, peppercorns and dill, which is optional.
The pods can be put whole or cut, depending on what you use them for. For this tour, I shredded them because I use them for pod soup. Of course I put whole ones when I use them next to a steak, sautéed with garlic and pepper.
In order to keep it as long as possible, it is necessary to sterilize the jars in water, up to the bottom of the lid, for 15 minutes. On the bottom of the pan you will have to put a damp towel, so as not to crack the jars. You will also need to put a damp cloth or towel over the lids to make sure you sterilize properly and the pods will keep you as long as possible.
They keep much better than in the freezer, and in addition, in glass is healthier than in plastic bags.
My pods were fresh, from my own garden, and of course, I want the best method of preservation for them, natural preservation, because my vegetables are organic. On the other hand, after so much work on them, it would be a shame not to last over the winter, preserved in a jar.

Below is the video recipe on how to make pods for the winter:


Beans pod in a jar

Beans are the star of autumn. It has a delicious taste, is healthy, filling and extremely easy to prepare. If you want to enjoy the bean pod in the cold season, it is best to prepare canned food for the winter. We teach you below how to put beans in a jar.

The recipe for pod pods is extremely simple, and the jars are kept all winter.

1. The washed beans are boiled in water with salt measured in the proportion of 2 teaspoons for each liter of water.

2. It does not boil completely, only 15 minutes, and when it is almost cooked, it is put in jars. Pour the salted juice in which it boiled.

3. Put one aspirin in each jar and cover. Boil in a large bowl and leave for 90 minutes.

That's all. These are the steps you need to follow if you want to enjoy the delicious taste of pods even in the middle of winter. The pod beans do not change their taste or color and, as soon as you take -0 out of the jar you can make the best dish from the pod beans in the jar.

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Preserved pods for the winter!

You should try these canned pods, which in winter you can fry with eggs and tomatoes or serve as such.

INGREDIENT:

For the marinade (for 3 1l jars):

-1 teaspoon of peppercorn mixture

-1 teaspoon of mustard seeds

-1 tablespoon 6% apple cider vinegar for each jar.

METHOD OF PREPARATION:

1.Wash the pods, then cut the stalks on both sides. After that, cut the pods into 2-3 parts.

2.Put the pods in water, cold or hot, and bring them to the boil. Boil them for 15 minutes, then distribute them in jars, without water, up to the shoulders and without stuffing them.

3.Prepare the marinade. Put the pan with water on the fire, add the dill flower, the pepper mixture, the mustard seeds, the salt and the sugar. Stir and boil the marinade for 1 minute.

4. Pour 1 tablespoon of vinegar into each jar, then pour boiling marinade and screw the jars.

5. Check that the jars are tightly closed and store them, without covering them with anything.


Petunia

Jar pods for the winter are very easy to put. All you need are beans, water, salt, peppercorns and dill, which is optional.
The pods can be put whole or cut, depending on what you use them for. For this tour, I shredded them because I use them for pod soup. Of course I put whole ones when I use them next to a steak, sautéed with garlic and pepper.
In order to keep it as long as possible, it is necessary to sterilize the jars in water, up to the bottom of the lid, for 15 minutes. On the bottom of the pan you will have to put a damp towel, so as not to crack the jars. You will also need to put a damp cloth or towel over the lids to make sure you sterilize properly and the pods will keep you as long as possible.
They keep much better than in the freezer, and in addition, in glass is healthier than in plastic bags.
My pods were fresh, from my own garden, and of course, I want the best method of preservation for them, natural preservation, because my vegetables are organic. On the other hand, after so much work on them, it would be a shame not to last over the winter, preserved in a jar.

Below is the video recipe on how to make pods for the winter:


Peas with tomatoes for the winter

Bean pods with tomatoes for the winter is a miracle recipe, a preserve with bean pods is delicious for the winter. In winter, open the jar and you can eat directly, or it can be a wonderful garnish for any kind of fish or meat & # 128578

I've made a lot of cans all my life and I think that's what I've seen & # 128578 I've already published over 100 recipes, you can find them here in the album CANNED . I will write you all the recipes that I know, in time, that I have just started.

After the revolution, when I got married, it was terribly difficult, those my age know very well. I don't repeat. But I learned to manage an extremely small family budget, so I made cans of anything.

God, how much I know how to do! Keep an eye on me more than my mother-in-law and you will see what miracles come with them.

I have more recipes with pod beans & ndash you can find them by clicking on the red writing.

The recipe for Pea Beans with Tomatoes for the winter is extremely simple, but also tasty, so I won't tell you anything else. Because I live in Italy, there is no point in making many cans, I find everything here all year round.

I don't have a garden, so I'm doing a little to show you how to do it. I mean, more in Romanian, to grow up knowing how to do & # 128512 & # 128512

2. Place the beans in a saucepan or pan, add salt, peeled and sliced ​​garlic, oil, sliced ​​tomatoes and 1 cup of water.

Cover with a lid or foil and put in the oven at 220 degrees Celsius (maximum fire in gas ovens) for 50-60 minutes.

If you do not have an oven, put everything on the stove, but do not mix in the pot. Fill with a little more water if needed, but let there be a little water.

3. Remove the tray from the oven and leave to cool. Now add the finely chopped greens and mix everything.

Put the bean mixture in jars, along with the juice and staple well.

The jars should be clean and well sterilized beforehand. I put them in the cold oven, at 160-170 degrees Celsius and leave them for 10 minutes. Is enough.

Mmm, it smells good! Now you can taste it in abundance, as they are very good & # 128578

Tricks for bean pods with tomatoes:

-you can add slices of bell pepper or hot peppers, celery leaves or carrot slices & hellip

4. Place a newspaper in a pot and put the jars, wrapped in newspapers.

Fill with cold water until close to the lid, then boil everything for 1 hour from the moment the water boils. Then wrap everything with beds and leave until the next day.

5. Remove the jars from the water, check for leaks, wash, label and store in the pantry or cellar.

Ready. & # 128578 Looks great, doesn't it? And it's very tasty!

See here a picture, next to the jars with Pots for winter in oil or tomato juice


Beans pod in a jar

Beans are the star of autumn. It has a delicious taste, is healthy, filling and extremely easy to prepare. If you want to enjoy the bean pod in the cold season, it is best to prepare canned food for the winter. We teach you below how to put beans in a jar.

The recipe for pod pods is extremely simple, and the jars are kept all winter.

1. The washed beans are boiled in water with salt measured in the proportion of 2 teaspoons for each liter of water.

2. It does not boil completely, only 15 minutes, and when it is almost cooked, it is put in jars. Pour the salted juice in which it boiled.

3. Put one aspirin in each jar and cover. Boil in a large bowl and leave for 90 minutes.

That's all. These are the steps you need to follow if you want to enjoy the delicious taste of pods even in the middle of winter. The pod beans do not change their taste or color and, as soon as you take -0 out of the jar you can make the best dish from the pod beans in the jar.

5 / 5 - 1 Review (s)

Step-by-step preparation of pods in the jar for the winter

Ingredients for 4 jars of 720ml:

Method of preparation:

The pods (green beans) are chosen so that they are only good parts and are washed under running water. The tails are removed with a sharp knife or by simple breaking by hand.

They can be left whole or cut into pieces if they are long. I left the little ones whole, and halved the rest.

Before preparing the solution we will sterilize the jars. They are washed with water and detergent, then put in the oven at 130 degrees Celsius for 15 minutes.

Put water and a tablespoon of salt in a large pot. When the water starts to boil, add the pods and leave it on a moderate to low heat, approx. 10-15 minutes. Don't forget to mix them from time to time. If you use broad or slightly older pods then the cooking time will be a little longer. Usually the pods should be slightly boiled, somewhere around 75%.

Remove the pods with a spatula with holes in a larger bowl and leave to cool. The solution in which they boiled is not thrown away because we will use it to preserve the pods.

When the pods have cooled well, place them in jars so that they fit enough, but are not crowded either. Pour the water in which they boiled and add a tablespoon of salt for each jar. The jars are sealed, ie they tighten well.


Step-by-step preparation of pods in the jar for the winter

Ingredients for 4 jars of 720ml:

Method of preparation:

The pods (green beans) are chosen so that they are only good parts and are washed under running water. The tails are removed with a sharp knife or by simple breaking by hand.

They can be left whole or cut into pieces if they are long. I left the little ones whole, and halved the rest.

Before preparing the solution we will sterilize the jars. They are washed with water and detergent, then put in the oven at 130 degrees Celsius for 15 minutes.

Put water and a tablespoon of salt in a large pot. When the water starts to boil, add the pods and leave it on a moderate to low heat, approx. 10-15 minutes. Don't forget to mix them from time to time. If you use broad or slightly older pods then the cooking time will be a little longer. Usually the pods should be slightly boiled, somewhere around 75%.

Remove the pods with a spatula with holes in a larger bowl and leave to cool. The solution in which they boiled is not thrown away because we will use it to preserve the pods.

When the pods have cooled well, place them in jars so that they fit enough, but are not crowded either. Pour the water in which they boiled and pour a tablespoon of salt for each jar. The jars are sealed, ie they tighten well.