You may have heard that green beans make for a good side dish, but you can cook them to perfection in a number of ways.
In this video tutorial, we’ll show you how to make green bean stew in the slow cooker.
We’ll also cover a number on green beans in general.
Green beans are the second most popular vegetable in the U.S., and many have become a staple of summer meals.
But as with other vegetables, there are a few important tips to keep in mind when preparing your own green bean stock.
Start with a simple, clean pot of water.
This will help prevent bacteria from forming in the food, and it will also make the soup thicker and less acidic.
This method also works well for preparing green beans.
You can also prepare your soup using the slow-cooker method, which cooks the beans at low temperatures for several hours.
Just make sure to stir frequently while cooking, or the beans may turn mushy.
To prepare green beans for stew, you’ll need to use a food processor or blender to puree the beans.
Once the beans are thoroughly cooked, you can pour them into a bowl or serving bowl, add some green onions, tomatoes, and garlic, and toss everything together to coat the greens.
You’ll want to add the soup a little at a time, stirring after each addition.
Serve the green beans with the remaining vegetables, along with some roasted red peppers.
Green Bean Stew Recipe from The Hill Ingredients 1 pound green beans, roughly chopped