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  1. holly

    Our family does this but the difference is we do it with chutney. I love apple or pear chutney. The sweet and spicy go amazing together.

  2. Eileen

    Thanks for this recipe — so simple & delicious. I made the mistake this summer of freezing green beans without blanching them. The result was major flavor loss. This recipe means we can eat those beans!

  3. Renee

    My family has always put what they call ‘chili sauce’ on green beans. It’s just a fresh salsa of diced tomatoes, onions, vinegar, water, salt, and pepper. Although I like to sop it up with buttered cornbread and put it on my turkey at Thanksgiving, it has always been used exclusively for green beans. I can’t figure out where this combo came from. It goes back at least to my great-grandparents and seems to have a Mexican origin, which is odd. Although my family has always enjoyed Tex-Mex, it is strictly restaurant food.

  4. Liz Simmons

    Thanks for this simple, but tasty recipe. I was invited to a potluck which a professional chef was attending. Very intimidating! But he loved the beans and salsa!


  5. Slavica Sikora

    I make green beans with salsa all the time. In Serbia they have a similar bean recipe, and its simmered green beans with bits of onion, tomatoes, garlic, green pepper and garlic.

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