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A question about a recipe: Pan-Seared Lemon-Basil Shrimp with White Bean Salad

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I have a question about the ingredient "(one) 15 ounce can small white beans, navy beans or great northern beans" on the recipe "Pan-Seared Lemon-Basil Shrimp with White Bean Salad" from mrslarkin.

I am lucky enough to have a huge amount of fresh beans from the garden - how long would you cook them to get the same consistency? can i saute or should i boil? this looks so yummy!!

asked by nancymac99 about 3 years ago
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Amanda Hesser

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added about 3 years ago

I'd boil them for just a few minutes. If you're feeling up to it, might be nice to finish them in a saute pan, but not necessary.