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Old 05-24-2012, 09:28 PM   #1
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TNT green bean/Pancetta and onion

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1lb. of green beans cooked crisp tender, Dry the beans well after cooking then cut into bite sized pieces. In large skillet cook I diced small onion,1/2 cup of diced pancetta,2-3 cloves diced garlic,2-3 tab. chopped fresh flat leaf parsley, and 2 fresh chopped sage leaves in 2-3 Tab. evoo over med heat for about 10 min. Then add your beans and several pinches of salt.Cook til just heated through Serve hot. I could eat this alone with some buttered bread and some ice tea or coffee.
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Sounds great, kades. I have done something similar without the pancetta. It's going on my grocery list right now.
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Sounds great, kades. I have done something similar without the pancetta. It's going on my grocery list right now.
I use Pancetta because I don't care for the smoked bacon and Pancetta is smokeless.I find it in the deli section already diced, but can buy oh say 1/4 of a pound, then dice it myself.
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I use Pancetta because I don't care for the smoked bacon and Pancetta is smokeless.I find it in the deli section already diced, but can buy oh say 1/4 of a pound, then dice it myself.
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Isn't pancetta a lot more expensive than bacon? It is here.
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Isn't pancetta a lot more expensive than bacon? It is here.
Not really. I buy just a small amount so It doesn't pinch to much. But you can use reg. bacon just blanch it forabout 2 min this will lessen the smokiness some.
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