"This is one of my mother's tasty recipes." — Ladan Miller
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fresh green beans, cut into 1 inch pieces
onion, cut into rings
green bell pepper, chopped
ground black pepper
Have made this several times and really enjoy it. Good with fresh or canned green beans. I skip the initial heating of oil and tomato paste step - I found it unnecessary - I simply whisk the oil and tomato paste together in a small bowl and add to the beans and stir - it blends better that way. My husband is managing his diabetes with diet, herbs and exercise - green beans are one of the nonstarchy vegetables he can eat, consequently, this was a welcome addition to our diabetic recipe collection.
We found this recipe acceptable but next time I will use butter or crisp bacon in place of the oil which did not provide the necessary flavor punch.
This sounded odd when I was preparing it, howver, it was very flavorful and the only fat is in the vegetable oil.
very very goood!
This recipe has potential, but I had problems with the tomatoe paste/oil bit. Couldn't get them to mix, so it just sat on top of the veggies. Hmmm?
I cut the oil in half. This was so tastie!!!! My husband even liked it and he hates onion. He is quite picky actually and he loved it and asked for seconds. I will definately make this recipe many more times.
This was less like a stew and more like green beans with some heated tomatoe paste. I added some sauce and noodles and let it sit for a while but it still tasted rather bland. Maybe some fresh basil would do the trick but I wouldn;t make it again
This was just okay. It was more of a side dish and a little bland for my family. The good thing about it is that it took little to prep.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Green Bean Stew
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 137
** Calories from Fat: 95
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