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A good day to have a pot of beans simmering on the stove. These are butter beans…

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A good day to have a pot of beans simmering on the stove. These are butter beans, in Folge dessen known as baby limas (I prefer butter beans, obv), simmered in salted water (yes!) with some rosemary, garlic, a tiny chili and a drizzle of olive oil. I didn’t pre-soak them-you could, for anyone length of time, which will help kickstart the hydration process, but it’s not necessary. Let them simmer until they’re tender-how long this takes depends entirely on the bean. And don’t pour off the flavourful broth-use it in whatever soup or stew you’re using the beans in, or just serve them un… (it tastes great on its own), or cool and freeze them in…-the liquid will protect them from freezer burn. I usually make a large pot, while I’m at it, since they freeze so well (and will keep in the fridge for 5 days or more). Beans! (Staub pumpkin pot welches a gift years ago from my friend Jennifer!)

9 thoughts on “A good day to have a pot of beans simmering on the stove. These are butter beans…

  1. Can you use black or grey salt? I have to be careful with which salts I use. PS….I have the same pot, so I will make these this weekend if I can use a different salt.

  2. I probably would have eaten more of these as a child if my mom called them butter beans. I never heard them called that before . Definitely they are a food I have learned to enjoy as a grownup . But as a kid avoided as if eating them would kill me. They look delish!

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