Beans with flavored butter

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Adjust Servings:
2 cup Beans
1 tsp butter
3 cloves Garlic
1 tsp salt
1 tsp Olive Oil
1 Lemon

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Beans with flavored butter

Amazing for Christmas dinner


      This wonderfully herby butter gives festive greens loads of flavour, and you can prep it in advance

      • 20 min
      • Serves 5
      • Easy





      As we know how important is green veggies-beans for our health. It will help us to not only boost our immunity but also gives as strength. so I have brought a wonderful recipe using beans.

      The beauty of the Green Veggie recipe is that you can vary the flavor combos. Herbs work well, or you can try things like olives, sun-dried tomatoes, chili, or lemon zest. You can make it up to a month in advance, it is just one less thing to do on the big day. Keep the leftovers in the freezer. You will have an instant flavor injection at your fingertips. You can use it with anything from fish to chicken, roast lamb, roast potatoes, or bread – delicious! Add this veggie along with salad to your diet.

      You can use it with fish, poultry, roast lamb, roast potatoes, or bread.Add the garlic, chili, rosemary, and anchovies to a food processor and whisk until fine. Dice and add the cold butter, then whiz again until well combined.

      Get yourself a good-sized piece of grease-proof paper and place the butter into the center. Fold the paper over and roll it around until you have an even-sized log. Seal the end. Keep it in the fridge or freezer until needed. Add garlic, pepper, rosemary, and anchovies to a food processor and cook until done. Bake the cooled butter and then cook until well combined. Make yourself nice. Shaped piece of grease-proof paper and place the butter in the middle.

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      Place a pan with low flame and add 1 tsp of olive oil. Let it melt. Add garlic finely chopped and let it be slightly brown. Add beans into it and cook them eatable.


      When beans become eatable, add 1 tsp of salt to taste. Add 1 tsp of butter to get a saltish taste of it, you can add extra butter if you like to have them. So serve them and garnish them with slightly lemon juice. So in this recipe, you will get both saltish and sourness.


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