Fresh green beans are one of the most nutritious and delicious foods you can eat. Unfortunately, they don’t travel well, so if you live in an area with fresh green beans, you might not always be able to eat fresh green beans. Luckily, it’s not hard to make fresh green beans at home using a crock-pot.
How To Cook Fresh Green Beans in a Crock-Pot
Clean green beans (or snap beans) are loaded with nutrients, such as antioxidants and fiber. But how do you cook them up for a healthy side dish? It’s simple. First, place the beans in a crock-pot. Set the temperature to high and leave on for about two hours or until the beans are soft. Then, add a tablespoon or two of olive oil and stir it around until the beans are thoroughly coated. Add a couple of tablespoons of water and cover. Cook for an additional hour on high. By the end of the hour, the beans will be done, but not mushy.
First, wash the green beans. Then cut off the top quarter of the bean and cut in half. After this, I put the beans in a cast iron crock-pot. Then add the beans, water, and a bit of oil.
How To Cook Fresh Pumpkin in a Crock-Pot
Pumpkin is one of the most popular kinds of winter squash, and this fun recipe will have your guests wanting more. This dish is quick and easy to make and is also a great way to use up leftover pumpkin. If you have leftover squash, you can also use this method to cook up broccoli or cabbage. This is a perfect dish to make on a cold winter night!
How To Cook Eggplant
I wanted to make this recipe again for my family and I thought of my favorite crock-pot recipe and couldn’t remember the name of it. So I decided to google it and it was called “roasted eggplant”. It’s so good, I’m always trying to figure out new ways to cook eggplant. I find this method very easy and fast, and it is delicious. I also always find myself wondering what to serve with it.
How To Cook Green Beans
Cooking green beans in a crock-pot is one of the simplest and easiest ways to prepare them. Simply fill the crock-pot with water, insert your beans, then cover it with the lid. Set the crock-pot on low and cook for approximately 5 hours. Then, remove your beans and let them cool. Once they are cool enough to handle, remove the stem from each bean and use a knife to remove any debris.
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