How to Freeze Green Beans for Winter


How to Freeze Green Beans for Winter

It’s easy to freeze green beans for winter, and they last several months in the freezer. And also frozen green beans are a convenient and flavorful addition to many recipes.

How to Freeze Green Beans for Winter
Freeze Green Beans for Winter

Ingredients;

  • 2 kilos of green beans,
  • 3 large tomatoes,
  • 2 tablespoons of salt.

Easy Way to Freeze Green Beans for Winter

Firstly, trim the tapered tail ends from the beans and cut the beans how you desire.
Then wash them and drain.
Wash the tomatoes and dice them and put them in a pot.
Then add the green beans and add the salt.
Cover the lid and cook over low heat by stirring frequently until the color of the green beans changes.
If the green beans do not absorb the juice, continue to cook over high heat and this time do not cover the lid and cook by stirring.

After making the green beans absorb the juice, pour them in a tray and leave them to cool at the room temperature.
Then when they get cool enough, pack the drained beans into freezer containers or bags.
Shake each bag or container to compact the beans.
Finally place them in the freezer.

When you need the green beans, take them out from the freezer and cook.
There is no need to wait.

How to Freeze Green Beans for Winter
Easy Way to Freeze Green Beans for Winter

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