"A tasty side dish, big on flavor and low in calories. Cooking the onions dark without burning them adds a wonderful flavor to this dish." — PeanutButterJellyGirl
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yellow onion, chopped
fresh green beans, trimmed
chopped beet greens
1 large clove
red pepper flakes
sea salt to taste
ground black pepper to taste
What a great way to dress up fresh green beans!The only thing I changed was instead of using a fresh tomato I used a can of diced tomatoes. Will be keeping this recipe in my file for future use.
Awesome! Thank you for making a healthy dish which was amazing.... I only changed a little bit because I didn't have red pepper flakes or ground thyme... I added fresh of both... I am certain both are just as good, it's just what I had...
I made this exactly as written and loved it. What a great combination of flavors!
Great combination of flavors! I didn't have a tomato, so I poured a little pasta sauce in, and it was great!
Very good (my kids didn't like it but they ate it, without making faces, so that is a compliment. We let them add some Parmesan cheese). We parents, however, really enjoyed this. A more creative way to eat beet greens and thankfully easy, (but we left out the red pepper flakes). We always use the whole vegetable, so this was one of three dishes from one bunch of beets. (I removed all the stems, chopped them up and put them in meatballs and found a roasted beet recipe here too.) I do wonder, what this recipe would be like with the chopped beets added. Kicking myself for not taking a pic - it's a good looking dish too.
With Beet Greens and Green Beans straight out of the garden this was a great dish! I added less vinegar, will be making this one again!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Beet Greens and Green Beans with Tomato and Onion
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 62
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