Cooking Dry Large Lima Beans?

I have a pound bag of large lima beans. We have always used the seasoned canned ones. I would really like to cook my own dry beans. I don't know how to season them. Could someone help me please? They are good over rice, beans and soup that has seasoning. How do you season them?

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January 4, 20170 found this helpful

I use ham hock, or bacon. I put a table spoon of cooking oil. less if it just a lb. I add a tablespoon of butter or margarine, and salt and pepper. I also use BOULLION cubes for broth flavor. I hope this helps.

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July 29, 20170 found this helpful

First, be sure to wash and drain the beans real good. Then simmer them in a pot of water with a little chopped onion, salt and pepoer, and bacon. Fresh sausage seasons them really well also.

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