Canned Green Beans Recipe


Canned Green Beans Recipe

A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.

Prep Time: 25 minutes
Cook Time: 20 Minutes

Ingredients:

3 lbs Green Beans
2 tsp Kosher Salt
4 cups Boiling Water + more for pressure canner

Directions:

• Wash your canning jars, lids, gaskets, screw tops in the dishwasher on sanitize, boiling water on the stove, or extremely hot sink water.
• While your canning jars are being cleaned; thoroughly wash your green beans.
• Snap the ends off your green beans.
• If desired, break your green beans into approximate 2 inch pieces.
• Pack raw green beans into clean, hot canning jars leaving about ½” of head space between the green beans and the top of the jar.
• Add ½ teaspoon of salt to each jar and fill with boiling water, being careful to leave the same ½” of head space.
• Add lids and loosely tighten rings.
• Add jars to your pressure canner and fill 2 inches deep with water.
• Process at 15 pounds of pressure for 20 minutes.
• Tip: Store the jars without the screw top rings on so you can keep an eye on the seal of the lid and make sure it is not compromised during canning and storage.

• Makes 8 servings Canned Green Beans

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.




Notes

• Pressure canners these days are much better than they used to be. This is the Pressure Canner used for this tutorial.

• Want to make quart jars? Remember there are two pints in a quart, so simply double this recipe to get 4 quarts of canned green beans.

• In this tutorial, the rings were built into the lid. If you have the old lids + rings + bands, no problem, it works the same way.

• Make sure you sterilize all the parts of your canning jar: the jar itself, lids, bands. Some people just use REALLY hot sink water to get the jars good and hot and clean. You can also run the jars through the dishwasher instead to make sure they are clean and come out hot. And there is the old boil it all on the stove so they come out squeaky clean and remain hot.

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


Canned Green Beans Mise en Place:

• 4 Pint Canning Jars
• 4 Lids and Screw Tops
Pressure Canner
Measuring Cup
Measuring Spoons

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


Canned Green Beans Ingredients:

• 3 lbs Green Beans
• 2 tsp Kosher Salt
• 4 cups Boiling Water + more for pressure canner

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


Canned Green Beans Directions:

• Wash your canning jars, lids, gaskets, screw tops in the dishwasher on sanitize, boiling water on the stove, or extremely hot sink water.

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


• While your canning jars are being cleaned; thoroughly wash your green beans.
• Snap the ends off your green beans.

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


• If desired, break your green beans into approximate 2 inch pieces.

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


• Pack raw green beans into clean, hot canning jars leaving about ½” of head space between the green beans and the top of the jar.

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


• Add ½ teaspoon of salt to each jar

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


• Fill with boiling water, being careful to leave the same ½” of head space.

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


• Add lids and loosely tighten rings.
• Add jars to your pressure canner and fill 2 inches deep with water.
• Process at 15 pounds of pressure for 20 minutes.

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


• Tip: Store the jars without the screw top rings on so you can keep an eye on the seal of the lid and make sure it is not compromised during canning and storage.

• Makes 8 servings Canned Green Beans

Canned Green Beans Recipe. A super easy home canning recipe with step by step tutorial photographs on how to can green beans. In under an hour you can preserve your harvest of green beans to enjoy year-round.


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Comments

  1. Hi Ann! I’ll be featuring your green bean recipe this Sunday @ Inspiration Monday Party! Yippee! I am from Grand Island, New York! Nice to meet you!!! XO ~ Julie Redhead Can Decorate

  2. What a wonderful recipe and tutorial.
    This made me think of my grandmother.
    Thank you for sharing this at Thoughts of Home. We are so glad you are here.

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