Roasted BeansToasted beans
Toasted green bean recipe
"This is a great substitute for chips. Please note: The instructions for recipes refer to the actual sizes. Pre-heat the stove to 400 degree B (200 degree C). If necessary, dab the beans with a towel and put them on a jelly pap. Dribble with extra virgin olive water and season with seasoning. Brush the beans evenly with extra virgin olive water with your finger and distribute them so that they do not overlay.
Fry in the pre-heated stove until the beans have shrunk slightly and show dark stains. Magnificent taste and structure - it was good to do something different than the same old verdant beans. As I tried it and liked it on parmesan, I put parmesan on it.....
but roasted beans just didn't work for me. Magnificent taste and structure - it was good to do something different than the same old verdant beans. As I tried it and liked it on parmesan, I put parmesan on it..... Thankfully I had about 1/2 - 3/4 of a pound of Frenchs hardcot beans that I had tossed in the fridge.
And I thawed them, and I followed the prescription. I' ve kept the extra virgin oil..... My only grievance is that I haven't made enough of them! It' easy for me to see it as a good substitute for chips! They' re as crunchy as chips and they' re amazingly tasty.
Well, I may have used a quart of raw beans just to try this one and I used them! I' ve been frying a bunch of vegetables lately and never thought about the string bean........mine was looking exactly..... That' a lovely little prescription I use for many different vegetables. If I make the beans, I put a little bit of cloves and strew freshly ground Parisian cheese on them.....
I used to like it! and these were caramelised and so cute. Thank you for the prescription. I used Haricot Verts because I had this in my hands. Try it like it is and the prescription was 4-star.