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Salata de fasole verde cu usturoi / Green beans garlic salad

Stiu ca vara este pe sfarsit si ne concentram sa prindem ultimele zile calduroase pana sa vina vremea rece. Cu toate acestea multe legume sunt inca pe val si merita sa le acordam toata atentia. Ca de exemplu fasolea verde si dovelgelul. Cu ceva vreme in urma va impartaseam reteta mea de dovlegel pane care merge de minune cu un sos de usturoi. Astazi vreau sa va impartasesc o reteta combinata, cu alte cuvinte, langa dovlegel mai puteti pune pe farfurie si o salata de fasole verde cu usturoi si o rosie.

Avem nevoie de:

  • 1 kg de fasole verde
  • Dovlegel pane, conform retetei sus amintita
  • 3, 4 catei de usturoi
  • Si cateva rosii sau ce mai vreti sa puneti in farfurie

Procedeul este foarte simplu. Fierbeti fasolea in apa mai multa. Dupa ce s-a fiert o scoateti si o lasati sa se scurga bine de apa. Puneti 3 linguri de ulei intr-o tigaie si adaugati fasolea.


Este un fel de stir fry romanesc, numai ca noi avem deja leguma fiarta. O caliti 3 minute si o lasati sa se linisteasca. Intre timp curatati usturoiul, pisati-l bine si frecati-l cu 1 lg de ulei si putina sare pana se face ca o pasta.


La final adaugati pasta de usturoi peste fasolea calita si gata salata. Eu am servit fasolea cu dovlegelul pane si cateva rosii, un deliciu.


Pofta mare!

English version:

I know that summer is winding down and we are all focusing to catch the last warm days before the cold weather comes. However many vegetables are still on the rise and worth to give them all the attention we have available. Such veggies would be the green beans and zucchinis. A while ago I shared with you my zucchinis chips recipe that goes well with a garlic sauce. Today I want to share another recipe where I combined the green beans, with the zucchinis and garlic, or whatever other veggies you want to put on your plate.

We would need:

  • 1 kg of green beans
  • the zucchinis chips, as per my recipe
  • 3, 4 cloves of garlic
  • And some tomatoes

The process is very simple. Boil the beans in plenty of water. After boiling, remove them from the bowl it and let the water drain well. Put 3 tablespoons of oil in a pan and add the beans. It’s kind of Romanian style stir fry, only that we have already boiled the vegetable. Leave it for 3 minutes and let it rest. Meanwhile take the peeled garlic, crushed it and rub it with 1 Tbs of oil and a pinch of salt until it forms a paste. Finally add the garlic paste over the beans and the salad is ready. I served it with the zucchinis chips and some tomatoes.



2 thoughts on “Salata de fasole verde cu usturoi / Green beans garlic salad

  1. My wife goes crazy for pastai, with mamaliga. I like the dish but not with the same enthusiasm. It’s one dish in which ‘cooking the veg to death’ actually produces something eatable, even enjoyable. My favourite, which in Romania I could eat from the beginning of the season to the end, was ardei impluti (stuffed peppers). We make them here (both with meat and without – mushrooms) but the peppers are a poor relation of those grown in the countryside in Romania

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