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Posted by Marsha on October 10th, 2013

* Garden fresh green beans are so delicious. This quick recipe adds a nice variety to your vegetables

* Using a medium fry pan, makes this a quick way to prepare the beans for a variety of meals

Conclusion: I've prepared this using body friendly fats, and eating the beans with either egg's or chicken will give you a nicely balanced meal between body friendly fats, protein and non-vegetable carbohydrates

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Beans with chicken

Garden fresh green beans are such a treat, they are so flavorful and versatile. This recipe is quick and easy. We had two types of beans so I made two batches. One I served with the fried egg's and fresh tomatoes, and the other with fried chicken as seen above. I fried the chicken in coconut oil with some turmeric which gives it the yellow color. Both super quick meals that are healthy and tasty. You can also use frozen organic green beans when fresh ones are unavailable

Fried Green Beans
ingredients Ingredients: Fresh green beans, 3-4 garlic cloves, half of a red onion, cherry tomatoes, Bragg's amino acids or soy sauce, butter (from grass fed beef free of antibiotics and growth hormones) and coconut oil
chopping onion and garlic Finely chop the garlic and onion, I use the chopper in the picture above which makes minced size pieces. Add a tablespoon of coconut oil and a tablespoon of butter to a medium fry pan. Turn on to medium-low heat. Once the butter is melting, add the onions and garlic and sautee for a few minutes until they are translucent 
add beans

Prepare the beans by washing then you can either snap into bite size pieces, or if they are not too long, leaving them whole is another fun way to prepare them. Add the beans to the fry pan. Next, mix together 1/3 cup of Braggs amino acids (or soy sauce) and 1/2 cup of water. Pour over the beans, stir then cover with a lid. Cook for five minutes with the lid on.

add tomatoes

Cut the cherry tomatoes into quarters, they give a nice color accent and flavor to this dish. Remove the lid and add the cherry tomatoes. Stir occasionally and cook uncovered until the liquid has evaporated and the beans are caramelized



Another quick, easy, tasty meal that is low carb and good for you. 








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