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These green beans were surprisingly good. As I was cooking the dish, I was apprehensive about it as the flavors weren't working for me. Luckily, it tasted great at the end, although my yogurt did curdle a bit. I also served this with your turkey kibbeh, and the two dishes really went well together.

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rpgaymer October 21, 2012

The beans had a nice flavour and I didnt read properly and added dried baby limas. That doesnt work lol. I took them out and served just the beans and onions.'I will try it again, but reading it first.

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bigbadbrenda June 07, 2007

I cooked this like Cookgirl, but with the Broad Beans. This is a lovely side dish that will complement so many meals.

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Mrs B November 09, 2005

Very good, took it to a pot luck dinner and everyone loved it. Used limas and cooked a little longer than called for.

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rdschrote October 22, 2005

I made mine much as CookGirl did, but did include baby limas. Loved it!

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Chef Kate October 18, 2005

This was not only delicious it was easy. I didn't bother to cook the green beans for 20 minutes. Instead I "stir fried" the beans for about 5 minutes, added the water and simmered on low for another 5 minutes. I didn't want to cook the herbs, rather stirred them into the yogurt. The onions were soft and caramelized the flavor was oh so good. We licked the pan clean. One more thing, I only used green beans and omitted the broad beans.

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COOKGIRl October 16, 2005
Turkish Green Beans