[CnD] Effective Way of Cooking Dried Beans
singingmywayin at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 07:26:27 EST 2017
Yep I do the same soak them first, hot water if I want them plumped
faster. And just taste 1 to see if it's soft enough to chew. They come
out creamier if you soak them first and if you don't rush them; in
other words, bring to a boil first, then turn heat down to low making
sure to stir occasionnal. Oh, I like to soak them overnight. Sometimes
I cut up my seasoning and let it soak with them and sometimes not.
On 1/4/17, Deb Trevino via Cookinginthedark
<cookinginthedark at acbradio.org> wrote:
> Pick a few up in a slotted spoon and taste to see then they are tender. I
> use a fork and just grab one to test them. They cook faster if you presoak
> them. Yum!
> Deb Trevino
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>> I have a question about cooking dried beans from a package. How do you
>> when they are done?
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