Green and Yellow String Beans with Carrots (Frozen)

Green and Yellow String Beans with Carrots (Frozen) is a quick and easy way to have string beans available for any recipe. See more about them below.

Green and Yellow String Beans with Carrots (Frozen)

Green and Yellow String Beans with Carrots (Frozen)

More About Green and Yellow String Beans with Carrots (Frozen):

This Bean and Carrot Frozen Blend was an interesting find. We are always on the lookout for different veggies, and the packages of frozen green and yellow string beans with carrots caught our eye. This combination of veggies is a very handy and easy way to always have them on hand for a stir fry, soup, pasta primavera or any other recipe we desire to make.

These specialty mixes are not always available, but they can be substitutes with equal amounts of baby carrots, green beans, and yellow beans.

Since this is a blend of several vegetables, we don’t have specific nutritional information for this product. However, from what we have learned, frozen vegetables are often more nutritious than many “fresh” vegetables in the supermarket.

Previous Vegetable: http://veganvenue.org/asparagus-white/
Next Vegetable: http://veganvenue.org/beasn-green-string-snap/

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