|The Bean Harvest Cookbook|
|by Ashley Miller|
Long a favorite food for those interested in high-fiber, low-fat nutrition, beans are also an excellent source of protein.
1 - 10 of 395 for string beans
Snap the ends off the string beans. Beat eggs ... Fry on each side till golden brown. Serve with a spoon of salsa on top. It looks good and tastes great.
1. Mix Green Beans and Tomato Sauce ... and bacon to beans, stir in and simmer for 20 minutes. *** Beans can now be served. can be eaten cold or hot ***
Cook frozen string beans according to directions. ... salt. Mix well. Cover top with bread crumbs and drizzle with oil. Put under broiler until crumbs brown.
Cook beans in water to ... golden. Add tomatoes to onions. Simmer for 1/2 hour. Add mixture to string beans. Add herbs and seasonings. Cook until tender.
Toss all ingredients together. Heat and serve as vegetable or chill and serve as salad. I use fresh or frozen string beans too (cooked).
Pour excess water out of string beans. Pour into ... top of casserole. Place in microwave 10 minutes or until heated. Also can cook in oven until brown.
Saute chopped onion ... melted butter. Add string beans and tomato sauce, ... water. Cover and simmer until thick. I prefer to make these the day before.
Cook beans; drain. Combine water, cider vinegar and sugar in saucepan. Heat to simmer and then add string beans and four pieces of bacon (diced and fried).
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 a large ... to cover the string beans. Bring to ... beans are just tender- --about 5 minutes. Serve hot or chill for a cool summer side dish. Serves 4-6.
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