Piquant Prince Edward Medley

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

This comes from Prince Edward Island Canada, (home of Anne of Green Gables fame.) It is a colorful blend of beans and carrots with a nice crisp texture. Posted for the Zaar World Tour to Canada, 2005.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dice the smoked bacon and cook in a sauté pan until crisp.
  2. Drain crisp bacon on dry paper towels and reserve 2 tablespoons of Bacon Fat in a bowl.
  3. Mix the remaining ingredients into the Bacon Fat.
  4. In a hot pan, add the vegetables and heat until warm, stirring often.
  5. Add the Bacon Fat mixture and the crisp Bacon.
  6. Stir well in the pan and serve immediately.


Most Helpful

nice stir fry .i took stacky at her word and didnt use all vinegar as we have same tastes dee

Dienia B. June 20, 2006

This is a very interesting recipe. Quite easy to make, but a little different for our tastes. I found that the cider vinegar really overpowered the flavor, so the next time I try this I will probably cut back by half. The bacon and bacon grease added a depth that was welcomed, because overall it tasted like a sweet & sour type dressing. Of course since we're all used to Grandma's green beans with bacon and butter, it's just a matter of taste I think. Objectively, this has a lively flavor and I can see why it is a favorite for many! I did find, that eating this dish as leftovers the next day, was quite enjoyable -- as a cold salad, rather than a warm dish. Overall, wonderful, easy to follow directions and quite a suprize to the tastebuds! Thanks for broadening our horizons, Laurie, with this recipe! Its' presentation is beautiful, and its' flavors are truly unique.

Stacky5 June 06, 2006

I tried this dish but not too keen on it..My fault I think, over cooked the vegetables, came out a little too soggy, they did taste good but next time I won't over cook them

Jacki B May 30, 2007

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