Green beans in Manastriski

Submitted by enr on 01 Dec 2002
1 kg green beans
1/2 cup (100 ml) vegetable oil
1-2 heads (100 g) onion
1 head of garlic
2-3 (150 g) carrots
2-3 (200 g) tomatoes
1/2 cup (100 g) damsons
1 tbsp (10 g) flour
1/2 bunch parsley
Green beans in Manastriski
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The beans are cleaned of tips and strings, cut, wash, add salt and place in the saucepan. To it was added vegetable oil, onions (garlic and onion), finely chopped, carrots, sliced, tomatoes, chopped and Giancana. Stir and pour hot water (to cover). Dot tightly with a lid and cook on medium heat. Finally add the flour away with a little cold water. Once the boil a few minutes, remove the dish from the heat and sprinkle with chopped parsley and mint.
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01 Dec 2002


I just cooked, mnoooogo tasty. It is easy to prepare and takes very little time.

tasty dish indeed. From barracks have memory that successfully applied in a year. 15 minutes before lift the dish from the heat and add a can of *Rousse Cooked* or *coarsely ground pork. '

I just did it with small changes! I have not put damsons, but instead put two potato flour finely chopped, and it became his super gastichko!

I do not know what these wild plums taste give the eating, but without it smells great and tastes great!

I just cooked, it's great and I put a little chicken.

great lean dish! Giancana give specific slightly sour taste.

I do with fresh cabbage and wild plums

I do make more wild plums without flour, instead of parsley and mint put dill.