Green beans with tomato sauce and olive oil

Green beans with tomato sauce and olive oil
 
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  • 4 serves
  • 1 kgr green beans
  • 1 big onion peeled and sliced
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 2-3 tomatoes peeled and chopped
  • 2 hanfulls of parsley
  • salt,sugar
  • 1 cup of olive oil
So to make this dish, you have to peeled softly the beans,all around, and to put them in a pan with a great portion of chopped onion and 2 cloves of garlic with 1 cup of extra virgin olive oil.The beans will now saute and the cook must gently mix the food, with a wooden spoon all the ingredients.
After 5 minutes, and when the onion's color turn into gold, the cook may add 2-3 peeled and chopped tomatoes, 2 handfuls of well chopped parsley and 1 1/2 tea sp of salt.
The last act that cook has to do, is to add 1 glass of water and to close the top of the pan. Then the food must be cooked in a slow fire for 50-60 minutes. Dont add to much water because the green beans are "expelling" the water their body contains , during the cooking, and so if you add too much water the food will be tasteless.
Remember slow fire means TASTY FOOD....

Green beans with tomato sauce and olive oil

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So to make this dish, you have to peeled softly the beans,all around, and to put them in a pan with a great portion of chopped onion and 2 cloves of garlic with 1 cup of extra virgin olive oil.The beans will now saute and the cook must gently mix the food, with a wooden spoon all the ingredients.
After 5 minutes, and when the onion's color turn into gold, the cook may add 2-3 peeled and chopped tomatoes, 2 handfuls of well chopped parsley and 1 1/2 tea sp of salt.
The last act that cook has to do, is to add 1 glass of water and to close the top of the pan. Then the food must be cooked in a slow fire for 50-60 minutes. Dont add to much water because the green beans are "expelling" the water their body contains , during the cooking, and so if you add too much water the food will be tasteless.
Remember slow fire means TASTY FOOD....
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