Green beans in olive oil. Prepare green beans and bring a pot of water to a boil. In this video, you'll see how to make Syrian-style green beans cooked in olive oil. The trick is to start with frozen green beans, so they actually steam instead of fry.
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Ingredients of Green beans in olive oil
- Prepare 2 Lbs of green beans.
- It’s 1 of onion.
- You need 1 head of garlic.
- It’s 1/2 cup of olive oil.
- It’s of Salt and pepper.
Fresh green beans are oven-roasted with olive oil, lemon, garlic, and capers. They will turn bright green and will be a little softer to the touch than they were before. "Loubieh bi zait" which literally translates to "green beans in oil" is a typical Lebanese "villager" vegetarian dish. Don't be surprised at the amount of olive oil in this recipe though, that's how it really is and that is the whole point. But make sure to use only high quality extra virgin olive oil.
Green beans in olive oil step by step
- Mince the onion and cook in the pot in olive oil until it becomes translucent. Add half of the finely minced garlic..
- In the meanwhile, wash the beans and cut into 3cm pieces. Add them to the pot and stir until they get covered with the oil..
- Add salt, pepper, and half a cup of water..
- After boiling, cook on medium heat for 15 minutes, add the rest of the garlic and cook for another 5 minutes. Enjoy..
Roasted Green Beans topped with Parmesan come out perfectly charred and tender – SO good, I can literally eat the whole batch! Lay green beans out on the baking sheet and drizzle oil over them. Season with salt, pepper and garlic powder and toss to evenly coat. Fresh green beans cooked in olive oil and served at room temperature with a zingy twist of fresh lemon are a perfect meze or accompaniment to grilled foods. When we make green beans in olive oil just for ourselves, we still use the same quantities because the dish lasts in the fridge for a few days.