Roasted Green Beans with Romesco. With summer here, I thought it would be fun to focus on one of my favorite summer activities: get-togethers.
It’s the perfect time of year to whip up food and enjoy time with your favorite people. In honor of this, I’ve created four different menus, for four different occasions, that I’ll be sharing over the next month. First up, one of my favorite get-togethers: game night! We love playing strategic, night-long games which means good food is a must. I have four recipes to share over the next week (sneak peak on instagram) including these roasted green beans: Olive Pizza with Red Onions Curry Popcorn Herb White Bean Dip One of my favorite pizza places has an entree of garlicky green beans and I decided to take it a step further and toss roasted green beans with romesco sauce (which may look familiar from this pizza I just posted). Roasted Green Beans with Romesco Author: Erin Alderson Prep time: Cook time: Total time: Serves: 2 servings Preheat oven to 400˚ F.
Greek-Style Braised Green Beans Recipes from The Kitchn. These are crave-worthy green beans, inspired by the Greek-style beans I used to eat at my favorite Greek restaurant.
They taste like far more than the sum of their parts. The wine brings out summery flavors in this warm dish, and they turn out soft but not mushy, firm but not crunchy. Use a pinch of chili pepper for spice, or two if you really want to warm things up. When I want a spicy, tangy vegetable dish to eat as a side dish or on its on, over rice, these really hit the spot, with a lovely aromatic flavor that comes from long cooking. I had these alone for dinner last night and they were both warming and satisfying. Greek-Style Braised Green Beans Serves 4 1 pound fresh or frozen green beans 1 large onion, finely chopped 4 cloves of garlic, thinly sliced 1/2 to 1 teaspoon red pepper flakes, or to taste 2 large Roma tomatoes, roughly chopped 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 cup dry white wine 1/2 teaspoon cinnamon Salt and freshly ground black pepper 1 lemon, cut into wedges, to serve.
Green Beans & Mustardy Potatoes Recipe. Healthy Green Bean Casserole Recipe. Lemony Green Bean Salad with Feta, Red Onion, and Marjoram recipe on Food52. Author Notes: When we were neighbors, our friends John and Julia had my husband and me over for dinner on an embarrassingly regular basis.
During the Maryland summer when it was too hot to turn on the oven, John would grill a couple steaks or whole fish to perfection and toss together a simple Greek salad of ripe tomatoes, red onion, feta, and marjoram. I use lemon juice here instead of red wine vinegar and green beans when tomatoes aren't in season and when they are, both are terrific. - Midge (less)Author Notes: When we were neighbors, our friends John and Julia had my husband and me over for dinner on an embarrassingly regular basis. During the Maryland summer (…more) - Midge Food52 Review: This salad, on the surface, seems like one you see at every barbeque -- except that this one is more lemony, only gently oniony, fragrant with marjoram and entirely balanced.
The secret? Serves 4 Your Best String Bean Salad Contest Winner! Pomelo Green Beans Recipe. This time last month I was setting off on a journey that started with me flying through Charles de Gaulle airport to Marrakech where we spent the better part of the week in the historic medina.
There was a train ride from there to Fez, where we stayed in the restored residence of a 17th century imam, and wandered guide-less through the medina's thousands of intricate alleyways eating beghrir and msemmen. I loved seeing the historic madrassas in both cities, and did my best to finish each day sitting atop one of the many high terraces, letting my eyes hopscotch across the rooftops.
There were ancient dead-ending alleyways, communal cab rides, orange blossom dreams, and much bad French spoken (on my part). We made our way back through Paris, before hopping the long flight home to San Francisco with an extra suitcase and the snotty remnants of a nasty cold. Three weeks out of a small suitcase, and as much as I love to explore far-away cities, it is, indeed, nice to be home.