I am all about simple side dishes. Green beans and tomatoes are about as simple as it gets. You really don’t have to do much other than saute your onion. Yep, right? Right! I made this for my family and the kids picked the tomatoes out but ate everything else so I guess you could say that was a win lol! My husband and I loved everything about these tomatoes and green beans.
I liked how easy this side dish was to make. There is truly no fancy footwork going on here. You just add the few simple ingredients and cook it all together. Nothing too crazy. It pairs well with just about any main course.
Check out what my pals over at The Pioneer Woman had to say about this recipe:
“Sometimes it’s the most simple ingredients that, when combined, make the most delightful dishes. Such is the case with this staple on my Thanksgiving table. Known in the original recipe as “Spanish Green Beans,” there’s really not much in it that’s Spain-specific. Made with canned green beans (don’t be hatin’; you can use fresh if you like), canned whole tomatoes, and a delightful base of diced onions, the dish is finished off with a healthy dose of cayenne pepper to elevate it to fabuloso. That was Spanish, in case you didn’t know.”
Seriously, folks, don’t knock this dish until you try it. It’s super dee-licious!
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