Another fasolakia recipe with tomatoes


Here is another easy recipe of fasolakia with oil and tomatoes. This specific recipe is a work of art. Green beans stewed in olive oil and tomato. 

A few people make them plain, others include potato and carrots also. It is simple, yet the key to making it delightful, is the olive oil. Don't attempt and make this with a couple of teaspoons of olive oil, you will require a some olive oil for every one pound of vegetables. 

Just to comprehend the significance of olive oil in these dishes, "ladera" signifies "the ones with the oil". Not including the olive oil will bring about watery green beans that will taste flat. 

Olive oil draws out every one of the flavors and make this dish feel rich. You might be stressed over calories, yet recall this is a fundamental course and whatever remains of the fixings basically have negligible calories so the outcome is a moderate calorie dish.


600 grams of fresh or frozen green beans
4 cups oil
3 cups water
4 teaspoons grated onion
1 - 1/2 cup grated tomato
  ½ teaspoon salt pepper

Peel and wash the beans. If it is frozen put them in the pot. Place in the oil and onion and mix just as they are browning. Then add the frozen beans.  

Before cooked through, add salt, pepper, tomato and let all to cook enough. Enjoy your meal  with bread and feta cheese!

You can also try another green beans with tomatoes recipe from this video:

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