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49th in 4th Cookery Challenge: Tray baked soy, ginger, garlic honey vegetables

Thursday, August 15, 2019

I forgot a picture, my daughter was HANGRY after a day at her summer sports club.

Unfortunately, she wasn't a fan of this for some reason, but she was a big old crab.

It was another recipe inspiration from the book I looked at on holiday. You can't really got wrong with the combination of fresh ginger, garlic and soy sauce, and a little spoon of deep pine-honey was great.

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But unlikely to be repeated thanks to the crabs opinion! emoticon
She might have been upset that I had told her I used purple beans, which I had, but they turned green while cooking and she was disappointed. The yellow ones stayed yellow.
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    Yum. Children have a thing about food and the colours they eat. Maybe just don’t tell her the beans started purple next time...
    29 days ago
    Kids can be "picky" eaters is what they say--the sauce sounds delish to me!
    30 days ago
    Sounds delicious.
    30 days ago
    It sounds delicious. Sorry the little one was unhappy about the beans. Would she eat it again if you used green beans that stay green?
    30 days ago
    I love the combo of garlic, ginger and soy.
    30 days ago
    I have never had any luck with purple beans staying purple They always turn green. As a result, we call them Christmas beans just to be funny. I hope your little one is over her crabby spell and is back to her happy self today. It does seem like a good way to fix veggies. emoticon
    30 days ago
  • KITT52
    emoticon a few years back I grew purple beans... Gary picked all the beans, purple and green together..So I sorted them, it took at least 90 minutes.
    I canned the purple ones first , 12 quarts... and darn if they did not turn green... I was so disappointed... they all looked and tasted the same once cooked.
    I know her pain..
    30 days ago
    I love garlic, ginger and soy. It really is amazing.
    I often use Bragg liquid soy (gluten free, no sugar, no colouring) along with garlic and hot chilli flakes which makes for a great meat marinade, esp. chicken. I also use that for tofu along with sesame oil. The flavour combo is really awesome!

    30 days ago
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