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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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  • POLSKARENIA
    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
  • SUNNYCALIGIRL
    Kids can be "picky" eaters is what they say--the sauce sounds delish to me!
    30 days ago
  • 1CRAZYDOG
    Sounds delicious.
    30 days ago
  • ANNIESADVENTURE
    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
  • NEW-CAZ
    I love the combo of garlic, ginger and soy.
    30 days ago
  • KATHYJO56
    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
  • HIPPICHICK1
    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
  • NEPTUNE1939
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