I made this a while back, and haven't been able to think of a clever name for it, so this is what I ended up with...
I got the idea from another recipe, but I just didn't take this one 'as far', and it was oh so delicious.
Here's a picture of it simmering on my stove...see that lovely steam rising as it cooks.
This is what I did....
I sauteed some chopped onion in olive oil until it caramelized a little bit, then added water, a bag of frozen green beans, and about 1 Tb. brown sugar. I let it simmer for about 12 minutes and then we gobbled it up.
This is a basic recipe - hope you enjoy it too, and make it your own by
adding anything else your family would enjoy.
1/2 med. onion, chopped
1 Tb. olive oil
1 - 1# bag of frozen green beans
about 1/2 c. water (or chicken broth)
1 Tb. brown sugar
(I used 1/2 Tb. brown sugar splenda)
I served it topped with fresh ground pepper.
(My hubby's nickname is BEAN, and he loves beans of all kinds - that's how he got the name when he was very young. So...we do eat alot of them, and we enjoyed this 'spin' on a simple dish.)
I love grocery shopping!
Mostly because I buy what's on sale and use coupons.
Not long ago, I saved more than I spent and I saved this receipt to prove it to you! WOOOOOHOOOOO!!
Almost everything I purchased that day was on sale. The store figures the original prices of those items + your coupon amounts to let you know how much you saved. I LIKE IT!! I LIKE IT!!!
Take a look see...
Are you able to read that? I paid out $19.31 and my total savings added up to $19.78 - is that a blast or what????
Thank you Lord for great deals and helping me save $$!
I love my grocery store!!