A collection of appetising recipes that won't wreck your budget. If you like the idea of going vegetarian but are put off by nut cutlets, these nu...
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Parboil beans in lightly salted ... garlic and onions. Saute until onions are clear. Add beans to butter mixture and saute 2-3 minutes. Serve immediately.
Snap beans into 1 1/2 ... hock or streak a lean (both if you want to). Cook, covered until tender, 1 1/2 to 2 hours. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serves 8.
Trim sides of beans (French style). Wash ... cook slowly until done. You may add potatoes and/or squash (yellow) on top about 30 minutes before it is done.
Boil potatoes, peel and cut into small pieces. Add chopped onion, cooked pole beans, and above seasonings. Add oil to moisten.
Boil ox tail ... Bring to boil. Blanch beans and eggplant. Add to first mixture adding peanut butter. Thicken with flour. Do not overcook beans and eggplant.
Wash beans and snap to ... Dash may be added, to your taste. Cover and bring beans to boil; turn heat to simmer and cook 3 hours or until liquid is reduced.
When green beans are in season, ... Cook, covered, until beans are tender, start checking at 30 minutes. Canned beans can be used, regular or French style.
Heat oil and grease. Add washed, snapped beans. Turn beans ... chopped ham. Cook until beans are tender (40-45 minutes). Add corn and cook about 10 minutes.
Saute garlic until ... shrimp, salt and pepper. Cook until pork and shrimp is tender, add string beans and continue cooking until beans are crisp tender.
In skillet, add oil and lightly brown garlic and onion. Add tomatoes and saute for 20 minutes. Add water if necessary. Add beans and cook until tender.
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