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DISCOVER ALL RECIPES WITH DRIED PEAS, BEANS OR LINES

Basic preparation of legumes

Cooking with dried legumes seems difficult, but is actually very easy. It is mainly a matter of plans.
Boil some extra and freeze. Handy, because you always have a supply.

Dried legumes are natural products. Dried legumes can best be stored cool, dry, dark and well packaged. They should be cool, not moldy and not stale. Pauls can germinate or mold under the influence of light, moisture and heat.

Always ensure that pulses are rinsed once before soaking. Want to quickly soak or do you have the time; choose hot or cold water. Depending on the season you sometimes have to soak longer. Lentils do not need to be soaked. After more than a year, the skin becomes a bit harder and dried legumes should be soaked and cooked for longer. Also split peas do not have to be soaked.

Check the doneness regularly during cooking. With some legumes, protein foam is formed, just as with pea soup. Scoop with a skimmer. If you have cooked extra, you can freeze it with a portion of the cooking liquid.

The table below shows the average weekly time and the cooking time. Also the storage time after cooking the legumes

Peas

week & cooking times

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 4 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 hours

Approx. ½ hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Approx. 1 - 1 ¼ hour Chilled: 1-2 days
Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 ½ hours

Approx. ¾ hour

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 4 hours

Ca.1 ½ hours

Approx. 1 hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 4 hours

Warm: 1 hours

Approx. 1 hours

Approx. ½ hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Beans

week & cooking times

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Ca.1-1 ½ hours

Ca ¾ hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Ca.1- 1 ¼ hours

Approx. ½ hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 ½ hours

Approx. ¾ hour

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 hours

Approx. ½ hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 hours

Approx. ½ hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 ½ hours

Approx. ¾ hour

Chilled: 1-2 days

Freezer: 3mnd

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 ½ hours

Approx. ½ hours

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Cold: 8 hours

Warm: 2 hours

Approx. 1 ½ hours

Approx. ¾ hour

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Lentils

week & cooking times

Weeks Cook Save
Weeks are not necessary

Approx. ¼ hour

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Weeks are not necessary

Approx. ¾ hour

Chilled: 1- 2 days

Frozen: 3 month

Weeks Cook Save
Weeks are not necessary Approx. ¾ hour

Chilled: 1-2 days

Frozen: 3 month