How to cook green bean tea + Aloe vera

On hot sunny days, what's better than having a cup of cool green bean and aloe vera tea to instantly dispel the heat of the weather?

How to cook green bean tea + Aloe vera

Green bean and aloe vera tea will help immediately beat the heat of the weather. Following are the 2 best recipes for Aloe Vera + Green Beans tea for you.

Ingredients for making Green Bean + Aloe vera tea include:

Bean500 gr
Vera500 gr
Street500 gr
Salta little

How to make Aloe Vera Green Bean Tea

Working time: 35 minutes.

You can start making this tea in just 4 easy steps

  1. Step 1: Roast and wash green beans

    You put 500g green beans in a pan and roast them evenly over medium heat for about 5-7 minutes for fragrant beans, then turn off the heat, wait for the green beans to cool, then wash them 1-2 times with water to clean.

  2. Step 2: Cook green beans

    Put the washed green beans in a pot, add 1 liter of water and cook over medium heat for 20 minutes until the beans are soft.
    Then you make sure to remove all that water, then add 1 liter of clean water and add 1/2 teaspoon of salt, continue to cook for about 15 minutes on medium heat until the beans are soft.

  3. Step 3: Prepare aloe vera

    Aloe vera you bring to peel off the green outer shell, take the inner flesh and then wash it.
    To clean aloe vera, when cooking is not bitter, continue to squeeze aloe vera with a little salt for 2-3 minutes and then rinse with clean water.
    To let the aloe vera drain, add 2 tablespoons of sugar, mix well, keep for 10 minutes.

  4. Step 4: Cook green bean tea with aloe vera

    When the green beans have softened, you put in the aloe vera and the remaining sugar in the pot, you can adjust the sweetness depending on your preference. Cook for another 2 minutes until the aloe vera is just cooked, then turn off the heat.

Finished product

Green bean tea with aloe vera is sweet, has a bit of fleshy taste from beans, and is crunchy of aloe vera, just the perfect combination.
You can put the tea in the fridge to taste better.

Finished product
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