Green Bean, Tomato & Anaheim Peppers

Total Time
40mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 30 mins

When the garden abounds you need to get a bit creative, You may add cheese, a bit of butter, leave it crisper - it is up to you - this worked for me. If you like leave the curly Q on the end of the bean. For the chicken stock I just use 1 teasp of powdered soup mix and 1/4 cup very hot water. I baked this dish in my toaster oven

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Arrange the beans, tomatoes, peppers,& garlic in an oven proof dish, season with Salt& Pepper.
  2. Pour in the chicken stock.
  3. Cover and bake at 350F for apprx 30 minutes, less if you want the beans crisp.
Most Helpful

4 5

I needed to use up a surplus of beans, cherry tomatoes and anaheim chilis from the garden, so this recipe did just the trick. I had a pound of beans so I doubled all of the ingredients. I wonder if this affected the outcome? I definitely had to cook the dish longer and wished it had a little more flavor. I would definitely try the butter and cheese to give it some extra taste. I ended up pouring some olive oil on mine at the end, which helped. This recipe is super easy to prepare. Thanks.

5 5

My DH refused to eat green beans until I made this. He actually asked me to go out and buy more to put it up for the winter. Very good!!

5 5

Well, Bergy, at this time of year, the garden has not yet started to abound, and the selection at the grocer left a little to be desired. Next best thing... great frozen and frenched (since I needed frenched green beans for another recipe). You know I like to spend more time with the savory part of any meal, Bergy, and this Easter feast in Sidney was no exception. So I applied the KISS method, and one I knew everyone would enjoy and you would approve. The pepper slices gave the beans just that little bit of additional flavour to "zip up" bland beans. I tell you Bergy, the aroma of garlic cooking sure does create curiosity, and a crowd around the stove; Ya gotta love it. Thanks for your contribution to our Easter in BC... not just tasty, but also very colourful. :-)