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I picked these wonderful broad beans from Bonnie’s garden.
I shucked the beans and look what I was left with. I poured boiling water over the beans and left them to stand.
I chopped up some Baby Marrow at an angle and lightly fried them in Olive Oil.
I chopped some Garlic and Pecan nuts and mixed them with the marrows. I removed the water from the broad beans and mixed them with the marrow. I also added a dash of mixed herbs.
I gently fried the mixture, then turned it out into a salad bowl.
The result – totally delicious.
Variations : add sliced mushrooms
add chopped onion
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