Side Dishes

Lathera - Green Beans With Tomato and Olive Oil

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Wonderful Greek Dish!! This is for the veggie lovers and this dish is fantastic for vegetarians. My mom has made this for the holidays: Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas. I make it at home quit often as a side dish with Sunday Dinner.

1 lb green beans, fresh, frozen or canned - French Style works best if you don\'t want to cut them
1 onion, chopped
1 tsp tomato paste
1 tomato, diced or can diced tomato
3 tbsp olive oil
1 tsp salt to taste
½ tsp sugar
¼ tsp black pepper (optional)
1 ½ cup hot water
In a pot, sauté onions with olive oil. Then add tomato paste and tomatoes, sauté over medium heat for 2-3 minutes. And then stir in green beans. If you use fresh green beans, wash them and drain. Cut them in French style or 1 inch pieces. If using frozen beans, just add them into the pot. Do not thaw them. If you are using canned green beans, make sure liquid is drained. Cook the green beans for a couple of minutes and then stir in salt, sugar and hot water. Close the lid and simmer over low heat till the green beans are cooked. Sprinkle some black pepper on top and serve.
Nutritions

Calories
511

Sodium
38mg
1% DV

Fat
49g
75% DV

Protein
10g
21% DV

Carbs
41g
13% DV

Fiber
13g
54% DV
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