This vegan green bean salad is one of my favorite salads when it comes to fast and you do not have time to prepare anything else with vegetables. You need just 7 ingredients and you've created this delicious vegan green bean salad. It not only tastes great with grilled foods, but as a side for just about any other main course. Especially on hectic days, this oil-free salad is always welcome.
vegan | vegetarian | oil-free | dairy-free | gluten-free | sugar-free | nut-free | whole food plant-based
What do you need to make a vegan green bean salad?
For one thing, you clearly need green beans. Because without these beans we could not make green bean salad. In addition, you need savory, a delicious herb, which emphasizes the delicious taste of the beans. You also need diced onion, garlic, sea salt, pepper and some vinegar. Here you can use vinegar essence or e.g. Use white wine vinegar. I like to use vinegar. I love it when the salads have a strong sour taste.
Here you can choose. Out of the jar, the canned beans are definitely the fastest, since you do not have to cook them anymore. You only have to mix the ingredients. If you have fresh beans and want to use them. Then you can cook these bite-proof and then use like the boiled green beans. The recipe below calls for green beans from the jar/ can.
Where should I keep the vegan green bean salad?
Please take a lockable box here and keep the vegan green bean salad in the fridge. So far, the bean salad has kept 4 days. It doesn't last longer for us than 4 days, than we have eaten it up.
What other salads could I enjoy?
- Potato Salad
- Pasta Salad from my Freebie Library
- Mango Salad
- Strawberry Fennel Salad
- Macaroni Salad with Tahini White Bean Dressing
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