How to prepare canned lupins
Soak the dried lupins with plenty of water to hydrate them.
- We will keep them in water for at least 24 hours. (Add water when if there is not enough)
- Put the lupins in a pot with water until covered, with 1 tablespoon of salt.
- Bring to a boil and cook for 30 minutes.
- To soften them, you can optionally add a strip of Kombu seaweed in the cooking water (It does not leave flavor and due to its content of alginic and glutamic acid it helps to soften the vegetable fibers).
- Let cool and drain. (Remove the seaweed if you have used it).
- Prepare a mixture of water with approximately ⅓ of salt. Put the lupins in a container and cover with that solution.
- Store in the fridge and change the salted water every day for at least a week. Changing the water will make the legumes lose their bitterness (Taste until it is ready).
- They can be consumed for the next 10 days. They should not be eaten if they are too bitter, as that would indicate the presence of alkaloids.
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5 August, 2021