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How to recycle bean peels: properties e recipes based on bean pods. How to reuse bean husks in the kitchen.
For recycle the bean peels we can go straight to the compost bucket, or we can go to the stove: yes, the bean husks they are an excellent ingredient for preparing tasty recipes. THEbean podscount interestingpropertyand can be used for the preparation of flans and other dishes.
Properties of bean peels
As often happens with fruit and vegetables, a large part of the nutritional properties of the food are thrown away along with the peels and peels.
We have seen this by comparing the amount of micronutrient of peeled almonds with unpeeled almonds, the latter were much richer in terms of properties (for further information:almond flour). Pomegranate peel also retains interesting properties, significantly increasing bifidobacteria in the intestine with a stabilizing effect on body weight (for further information:pomegranate, properties and benefits); what about pea and potato skins? Even these are not thrown away and hide excellent nutritional properties (for further information: pea pods, properties).
Thebean husksthey are an abundant source of dietary fiber, an excellent natural remedy against constipation and to rebalance the intestinal flora. THEbean podsthey have a strong satiating power. Vegetable fibers help protect the mucous membrane of the colon by reducing by expelling the toxins accumulated in the last gastro-intestinal tract. It has been shown that the vegetable fibers introduced with the beans are able to reduce cholesterol levels in the blood by decreasing the reabsorption of bile acids released into the colon.
Before recycling the bean peels in the kitchen
If you intend to use thebean podsfor the preparation of tasty recipes, be sure to use only fresh beans from organic farming. Wash the pods thoroughly before starting to cook.
Before cook the bean pods, remove the closing filament and the stem and cook them for 10 minutes in just salted water.
The bean peels represent approximately 70% of the weight of the product, which means that when you buy 1 euro of beans, you have invested 70 cents to buy the peels ... so why throw them away?
How to cook bean peels, recipes
Broad bean husks, recipe # 1 - Tagliatelle with bean pods
Ingredients for 4 people:
- 300 grams of bean pods
- 300 grams of egg noodles
- 4 anchovies in oil
- 2 slices of stale bread
- 1 clove of garlic
- extra virgin olive oil
- salt and pepper as required
For the preparation:
- Wash them well bean husks, cut into slices and blanch in boiling water for 10 minutes. Set aside theFava beansfor your favorite recipe and use the peels to cook the noodles.
- In a large pan, heat the oil and the crushed garlic clove. Add the stale bread cut into cubes and only then add the mashed anchovies with a fork.
- Add the blanched pods and sauté them for a few minutes, just enough time to gain flavor. Add the salt.
- Cook the pasta and drain it al dente, finish cooking in the pan containing the sauce.
- Sauté the tagliatelle so as to mix all the ingredients well. Serve and add a freshly ground black pepper.
Broad bean husks, recipe # 2 - The pod flan
For this recipe you can use a combination of bean pods and pea pods in equal parts. As an alternative to the classic single flan, you can cook this dish in small bowls to serve individually to your guests. This recipe, together with the recipe for pan-fried pea pods, is contained in the articlePea pods, recipes.
Pea peel recipes are also suitable for fava beans, except for the soup.
Curiosity: the bean as an amulet
According to a local popular belief, if you find a bean pod containing seven seeds you will have a period of great luck.
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