Green Beans with Tomatoes and Tzatziki

Vegan|gluten free|simply delicious

We love green beans! Roasted, sautéed, or grilled, they are a veggie staple for us. We toss them in a stirfry, mix them in our luch salad, and even snack on them as an alternative to the “not-so-healthy” nightime treat. Cast Iron Green Beans with Tomatoes and Tzatziki.

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Back to the green beans. This is such a beautiful and delicious side, and it comes together in under 10 minutes. What more can you ask for in the kitchen?! The beans get a nice char to offset the sweetness of the tomatoes, and there is tzatziki. If you’ve never made tzatziki, you’re missing out on a great condiment. It’s so quick and versatile; we use it as a drizzle for a variety of vegetables (also great to drizzle on meat if you’re so inclined).

Because the sauce equals a hefty cup, we’re leaving the recipe open for measurements on the green beans and tomatoes. But, the sauce should be sufficient for at least 9-10 servings at least. Make it as a dinner side, but save some for lunch tomorrow. This is also perfect as an appetizer before a main course.

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Green Beans with Tomatoes and Tzatziki
Course Appetizer, Sides
Prep Time 2 Minutes
Cook Time 7 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
The Dish
Tzatziki
Course Appetizer, Sides
Prep Time 2 Minutes
Cook Time 7 Minutes
Servings
People
Ingredients
The Dish
Tzatziki
Instructions
Tzatziki
  1. In a small bowl, combine all ingredients. Set aside.
The Dish
  1. In a small non-stick pan, heat olive oil over high heat. Add tomatoes, and char until they easily pull away from surface. Set aside.
  2. Heat olive oil in a cast iron pan over med-high to high temperature. Shaking (or stirring) ocasionally, char beans for approximately 3-4 minutes.
  3. Transfer beans and tomatoes to a serving dish. Drizzle with Tzatziki, and garnish with chives (optional)
Recipe Notes

*Tomatoes were charred in a section of the same pan, while the green beans were charring.

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