Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Food Storage Recipes
One of the biggest challenges when storing the basics, e.g. wheat, rice, etc, is how to use them to make something our families will eat.
There are a lot of recipes websites on the internet and the Provident Living website even have recipes for the basics storage items. Here is a quick recipe for beans:
Chicken Soup from Beans
1 Cup Navy Bean Flour (Lima beans or Garbanzo beans will also work.)
4 Cups Water or Milk
1 Tablespoon Chicken Bouillon
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1/4 cup dehydrated onions or 1 small onion optional
Grind the dry beans in a wheat grinder. Usually, 3/4 cup of beans will make 1 cup of flour. Add the other dry ingredients to the bean flour. Stir 1/2 cup of water or milk into the bean flour until it is mixed then add the rest of the water or milk and heat it in a medium sized sauce pan, constantly stirring. As it reaches the boiling point it will thicken. Boil it for about a minute. If it gets too thick add a bit more water/milk until your soup thins down to what cream of chicken soup should be. If it lacks flavor, add a bit more chicken bouillon. Garnish with dry parsley flakes.
Recipe from mormonchic.com