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These beans have a great flavor, who knew the two went so well together? Thanks so much for sharing!

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SAHS October 18, 2010

great side dish or salad dish for japanese fried entrees like chicken katsu....dashi(instant) is available in asian supermarkets and, of course, on line...

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zaksdad February 06, 2009

I've eaten this dish everytime i visit Japan, finally I can serve it at home in oz, I love it seved room temperature as aside dish, thanks

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chopup March 14, 2007

I made this a main dish by adding some cubes of fried tofu (prepared per Pan-Fried Tofu with Spicy Peanut Sauce, Pan-Fried Tofu with Spicy Peanut Sauce). We loved it! We added a few sprinkles of pepper flakes because they were so good in the sauce in the aforementioned recipe. The dashi really makes this excellent and it pairs surprisingly well with the fresh flavor of the green beans. We served over medium-grain brown rice. Wonderful flavor to the rich, savory peanut sauce.

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Roosie September 09, 2005

Mmm, nice. I used cashew butter, since I can't eat peanuts, and the results were great -- a very rich creamy dressing that complemented the green beans perfectly.

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Jenny Sanders April 16, 2005

What an interesting taste! I never would have thought of this. Easy, easy, easy to prepare and very tasty as well. Thanks!

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Ellenji September 09, 2002
Green Beans with Peanut Dressing