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Green Beans with Mustard Recipe



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ROMAN MUSTARD:
12 ounces/340g brown mustard seed
8 fluid ounces/250ml red wine vinegar
12 fluid ounces/375ml unsweetened red grape juice
1 tablespoon/15ml salt
2 teaspoons/10ml cumin seeds, freshly ground
2 ounces/56g flaked almonds
3 ounces/85 pine nuts
1 pound/450 green beans
2 tablespoons/30ml mustard oil
1/2 small fresh green chili, seeded and finely chopped
1 large clove garlic, crushed
1 teaspoon/5ml Roman mustard
Salt (preferably Maiden salt)
1/2 teaspoon/2ml ground mustard seed
1/2 teaspoon/2ml cumin seed

To make about 1 1/2 pints/710ml of Roman mustard combine the mustard seed, vinegar and grape juice, and mix in the salt and cumin. Leave to soak, covered but not sealed for 36 to 48 hours. Put into a food processor and whiz for 1 to 2 minutes or until coarsely ground, then add the almonds and pine nuts and whiz very briefly until they are completely broken up, not over-processed.

Top and tail the beans, then slice them into 1-inch/2.5cm pieces diagonally. Cook in boiling salted water for 5 to 10 minutes, depending on their age. They should be tender but still have a slight bite. Drain.

Heat 1 tablespoon/15ml of the oil in the empty pan. Blend the chili, garlic, and mustard together with a pinch of salt. Add to the pan and stir-fry for 30 seconds. Add the beans and stir thoroughly over a very low heat.

In a small pan heat the remaining oil, add the mustard seed and cumin, and cover. Cook until they start to splutter. Pour over the beans and serve immediately.


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