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You don’t have to post this – but having made many of your fabulous recipes (thank you) I thought you might want to try this one from Mark Bittman.
Knowing your sweet & spicy bent – give it a whirl….always a winner when I serve to guests.
FYI I originally ordered a calamari appetizer with a dead-ringer sauce in a restaurant and I couldn’t stop thinking about it….and then I saw Mark’s recipe.
Vraiment exquis!!!! Miam miam miam. Nous avons aimé!
I used peach preserves and they were perfect! After boiling and cooling, I mixed the sauce and put the beans in the fridge. And I served them as a side to your spiralized zucchini recipe. Delish!! Thanks!!
Boiling followed by ice bath sound like extra dishes to me. I usually just put in the microwave with a little water for 2 minutes. Any harm in that?
Whatever works for you! Sounds like an easy way to make the beans. :-)
Dinner party next week…these will be fantastic as side dish…thanks
Elise, these beans sound excellent! I can imagine that the sauce would work very well with carrots and winter squash, too. As you said, very flexible. Thanks for including the link to the Crockpot Chicken a l’ Orange on my blog. I have admired your blog for a number of years and am constantly using it as a resource. I always appreciate the information and the recipes you offer here. Best of all, I love it when you talk about family and include recipes and anecdotes from your Mom and Dad. It makes me feel a part of what’s happening; as if I am hanging out at the kitchen counter watching the meal unfold. Thanks for having such a great site.
I’m trying this tomorrow! I love doing different things with beans, and I have all ingredients. A chef once told me she uses a combo of sirarcha and orange marmalade on grilled cheese, so how good must that combo be!
Oh, that’s a brilliant idea!