Summer Entertaining: Ruby Red Three Tomato Salad With Beans & Peas


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Ruby Red Three Tomato Salad With Beans & Peas

Ruby Red Three Tomato Salad With Beans & Peas features the best of summers bounty. Rattlesnake beanswhich are traditionally cooked with smoked pork & for a lengthy amount of time, are simply blanched to offer a crisp texture. Purple hull peas get a similar treatment, however they are marinated in a wonderfully easy combination featuring fresh dill for distinctive flavor. These garden wonders are then accompanied with three types of tomatoes for unbelievable color & taste. Learn how to make this delicious salad that is perfect to serve for healthy meals all summer long. 


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makes 4 servings

2 slicing tomatoes such as Beefsteak
1/4 cup grape tomatoes such as Five Star
1/2 cup Lemon-Dill Fresh Purple Hull Pea Relish with marinade
3/4 cup Basic Rattlesnake Beans
3 Campari tomatoes, quartered
Kosher salt & freshly ground pepper

Cut the slicing tomatoes into 1/3-inch thick pieces using a serrated utility knife, then cut the grape tomatoes in half. Arrange the tomato slices between 4 plates. Top with the Lemon-Dill Fresh Purple Hull Pea Relish, the Basic Rattlesnake Beans, the Campari tomatoes & the grape tomatoes. Season with kosher salt & pepper. 

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How To Prepare Rattlesnake Beans For Cooking

Rattlesnake beans may be stored in a loosely closed plastic bag up to one week in the refrigerator before use. When healthy & wholesome meals are desired, blanch approximately 8-ounces at a time then hold them in the refrigerator up to 2 days for use over salads & cold recipe applications. Once cooked, the vibrant green color looks beautiful on the plate & offers sound nutritional value as they’re excellent sources of fiber & vitamin C plus the beans are low in calories & carbohydrates. 


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 Pole beans have some of the toughest strings that should be removed in order to achieve the optimum texture. Snap approximately 1/3-inch away from the vine portion on each bean & allow the strings to naturally release from the side. Repeat this procedure with each bean & discard the small tips & strings. Cook the rattlesnake beans according to specific recipe applications. 

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