Boiled broad beans with salt✿Japanese Food Recipes TV

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Broad beans add color of early summer at a table. It will taste best to boil with salt simply. At first, boil them briefly and prepare your dinner speedy.

The ingredients are broad beans, salt, and water.

✥Ingredients✥ for 100g
Broad bean (out of its pod): 100g
Salt: 2 teaspoons
Water: 400cc

✥Procedure✥(10 minutes)
[1]Take broad beans out of its pod. Make a notch into the black line of beans to soak salt easily.

[2]Add water, much enough to cover the broad beans in a pot.
Add 2 teaspoons of salt and turn on the fire.

[3]After boiling, add broad beans and let them for 3 minutes.

[4]Put it up to a colander and let it cool with fanning by Uchiwa.

[5]Put the bright topping. That makes it more vivid.

✍Normally, people peel the skin to eat. However when it is tender, you can eat them with skin.
Broad bean is good for preventing fatigue caused by summer heat and has a pain relieving effect.
They are full of protein and members of vitamin. So Japanese people often eat them in summer.

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Vlad Fishermann says:

we love eat boiled broad beans here in poland :) i didn't know its known in Japan.

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