Green Bean Vinaigrette

In keeping with my tradition of quick and easy recipes, this is another qualifier.  I can quite comfortably polish off all the beans by myself in one sitting.  It does help that Pete says they are squeaky and steers clear of them.🙂  If you want to get fancy, you could throw a few toasted flaked almonds over the top.

Green Bean Vinaigarette 1

Green Bean Vinaigrette

Ingredients

350g fresh green beans
45ml olive oil
30ml red wine vinegar
1 garlic clove crushed
¼ tsp brown sugar
Ground salt and pepper to taste

Method

  1. Blanch or steam the beans until tender.
  2. Mix all of the other ingredients and pour over the beans while they are still hot.
  3. Allow to marinate for an hour or more spooning the vinaigrette over the beans a couple of times.
Green Bean Vinaigarette 2

So tasty with a tender piece of steak

 

35 thoughts on “Green Bean Vinaigrette

  1. I bet your vinaigrette would make me eat more green beans. Love the idea of sprinkling some toasted almonds on top too. Would be a delightful combination of texture and flavor. Mmmm!🙂
    Hope you are having a beautiful week so far Miss Mandy. Hugs to you.
    Cheers, Anna

  2. Those do look good Mandy & I never would have thought to put a little brown sugar on them. I’m chuckling because I always think of doing something a little fancy (you know those presentation skills I’m lacking) but then I just say – eh…dig in & eat!

  3. Saving recipe for when my green beans are ready to harvest, Of course I need to plant them first am anxiously waiting for all the snow in my garden to melt and the soil to warm up.

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