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I never thought I'd like bean salad! This was great - although I didn't use quite as much sugar (about 1/2 cup) and I used a little more vegetable oil (again about 1/2 cup). I wonder what it would be like with balsamic or red wine vinegar? Thanks.
I cut this recipe in half added carrots corn and cucumbers. I also added celery seed to my dressing/ brine and heated it on the stove to dissolve the sugar so it wasn't granular. My sister in law loved and so did I and normally I HATE bean salads.
I had to make a few adjustments because I live in Argentina now and the food variety is not as great. I basically just picked 4 different types of beans whatever I could get. I had to skipe the pimiento peppers too. I used red wine vinegar and less sugar and it still turned out really tasty! I don't eat much meat so this is a great way to get protein and a perfect summer dish.
I kinda made it my own.... 1 can of chic peas 1 can of green beans 1 can of kidney 1 can of black pimentos can of diced chillis 1 can of diced tomatoes jar of artichokes onion 1/2 cup of sugar 1/2 cup of lemon juice 1/4 of olive oil some italian seasoning...not bad a good way to clean out your cupboards
AWESOME salad! Having to watch my fats sodium and spices so this was a wonderful find. Made it last night and just had some for breakfast! Paired it with a little bow-tie pasta with garlic and enjoyed a quick meal for the first time in weeks!
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