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String Bean Bake
Monday, October 01, 2007
This is so easy and so yummy. I made this for my Mabon dinner, after I realized a vegetarian was coming and I wanted to make sure he was full. The string beans came from my neighbor's daughter's garden and the onions from the local market. It's a great way to dress up string beans without doing the same old casserole.

Another plus? The string beans were free!

Ingredients

*1 lb green and yellow string beans, trimmed
*One medium onion, chopped
Tablespoon of butter
1 cup of vegetable stock
Salt
Black pepper

Procedure
1. Melt the butter in a skillet. Brown the onions until soft.
2. Toss the onions with the string beans. Salt and pepper to taste. Put in a baking dish.
3. Pour the vegetable stock over the onion and bean mix.
4. Bake in a 350 degree oven, covered, for 15-30 minutes, until beans are tender, but still firm. Serve warm.

*Local ingredient
posted by Rose @ 6:32 AM  
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