Green bean bredie is according to many South Africans sort
of a Green bean stew 2.0 :-). Lamb or mutton pieces are combined with green
beans, onions, garlic and blend of aromatic spices and slow cooked to
Preparation time: 30 minutes
Cooking time: at least 2 Hours
Resting time: 60 minutes
Total time needed: at least 3 H 30 minutes
Grade of Difficulty: standard
This recipe was inspired by "melkkos and merlot" you can find her recipe here
Add lemon zest to garnish and serve hot with some slices of freshly baked bread.
(Optional) Like many prepared food dishes this green bean bredie will even taste better once the flavors of the different ingredients had some time to mature and blend a little longer. So if you let it stand overnight and gently warm it up before you want to eat you might even enjoy it more the following day.
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