Greek Green Beans Recipe
A nice mix of green beans, onion, and tomatoes simmered until soft and delicious! Just like Ya Ya used to make!
Fasolakia are Greek green beans stewed with olive oil, tomato, and potato. This is a main dish in Greece, not a side dish, and a prime example of plant-based eating!
This Greek-inspired quick and easy green bean salad is made with tomatoes, feta, parsley, and a simple dressing with white Balsamic vinegar.
This green bean side dish delivers a fresh flavor with feta cheese as an accent.
This recipe is great made with either fresh or frozen green beans. If you use frozen use the French style beans. This is Greek stew that my mom always made while I was growing up and has now been handed down to my children. Enjoy!
The tomato taste and seasonings are worth the time and effort. Try the sauce with okra, too. Enjoy!
We really liked this salad. I had to improvise because I did not have the Kraft products on hand. For the feta, I used 1/3 c. feta crumbles, 1T sun dried tomatoes in oil, 1/8 t oregano and a few turns of the peppercorn grinder. The oil helped the spices stick to the feta. Next time I would add a little more sun dried tomato because I could not taste it. I combined these in a separate bowl and then added to the salad. For the dressing, I used Ina's which called for 2 cloves garlic, 1 t oregano, 1/2 t dijon, 1/4 c. red wine vinegar, 1 t salt and 1/2 t pepper whisked together, then drizzle in 1/2 c. olive oil while whisking more. Since I didn't have fresh parsley either, I added 3T dried parsley to the dressing to reconstitute. The reason for the four stars instead of five is because of the way the recipe is written. Step 1 should be blanch green beans; people don't have blanched green beans laying around. Also, I have never seen the Kraft Feta with Oregano, Sun Dried Tomatoes and Cracked Peppercorns Che