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Potatoes in Green Beans

Potatoes in Green Beans created by Derf2440

Easy nice combination.

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  • In a frypan, heat oil, cook onions and potatoes over medium high heat until golden.
  • Add beans.
  • Combine vinegar, sugar, mustard and 2 tablespoons water.
  • Pour over bean mixture.
  • Cook until moisture is almost gone, stirring occasionally.
  • Season with salt and pepper.
  • Garnish with parsley.
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  4. Queen Roachie
    Hubby and I are on the fence about this one. We think it's good, but we can't decide if we think it's great... I agree with others who said it tastes a bit like a German potato salad. I cooked one of the large Costco potatoes in the microwave, then sliced and fried that with some onion powder, since I'm out of fresh. The liquid gets absorbed/ cooked out fairly quickly, so this is a quick, easy side dish. Thanks for sharing!
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  5. franciepad
    Excellent! My hubby loved these and so did I. Very reminiscent of German Potato Salad, which we happen to love. I used frozen green beans and steamed them in the microwave a bit before adding them to the potatoes and onions. I do NOT use canned vegetables of any sort - only fresh or frozen. I also substituted the sugar for Splenda.
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