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Roasted Chickpeas In Air Fryer or Oven – A Crunchy, Salty, Savory Snack

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

These simple air fryer roasted chickpeas make a crunchy, salty, savory snack in minutes! All you need is a can of chickpeas (also known as garbanzo beans), some olive oil and a handful of savory spices.

Eating chickpeas offers not only fiber and protein but iron, zinc, vitamin B6 & much more. A quick & healthy crispy snack – Perfect!

Air Fryer roasted chickpeas garbanzo beans salty savory healthy snack #TexasHomesteader

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Dehydrating Cubed Potatoes For Preparedness Food Storage

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

I always have a couple of jars of dehydrated cubed potatoes in my pantry. From a preparedness standpoint I love to have dehydrated food available.

Jars of dehydrated food aren’t dependent upon electricity to keep them preserved like when storing food in a freezer. Dehydrating cubed potatoes for the pantry, an easy way to preserve the excess! A Mother Earth News post. #TexasHomesteader

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Quickly Roasting Peppers On A Stovetop

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

I’ve discovered that although garden peppers are delicious served in many ways, my favorite flavor is accomplished by roasting them. Roasting peppers brings out their natural flavor. But y’all know me – I love shortcuts. 

You like to use shortcuts too? Check out this simple Homestead Hack, y’all.

Homestead Hack: Shortcut to roasting fresh garden peppers. #TexasHomesteader

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Meat-Stuffed Zucchini Boats Make Use Of All That Zucchini!

by Texas Homesteader ~ 

Have you ever heard of zucchini boats? It’s a hollowed-out zucchini filled with hearty meat & cheese deliciousness and baked until tender.

What a great idea for a little something different when the zucchini in your garden threatens to take over the world! LOL

Zucchini boats are a hearty way to make use of all that garden zucchini. Fill with a hearty meat & cheese mixture & bake until tendercrisp #TexasHomesteader

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Different Flavors Dress Up Plain Pinto Beans

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I cook a large amount of dried pinto beans at one time. Then I portion out and flavor them in several different ways. It’s fast because the beans have already been cooked. And we enjoy lots of variety for different meals too!

I cooked a whole 2-lb bag of dry pinto beans in my Instant Pot. But we enjoyed them several different ways so we never got bored. #TexasHomesteader

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