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  1. Amy (Savory Moments) says

    I love the color of these long beans - they look so lovely in this dish! Looks tasty, too!

  2. Jasline @ Foodie Baker says

    I have not seen this type of beans here... not even in Singapore! This looks so quick and easy to put together, delicious!

  3. hotlyspiced says

    I've never tried these red beans; they're so difficult to source in Sydney. They certainly do go a very dark colour when they're cooked. I'd love to try them one day! I do hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving and despite not being in the US, you get the chance to celebrate xx

  4. Mary Frances says

    This looks beautiful! And of course when you say on the table in 7 minutes I'm onboard 🙂

  5. Amira says

    Never heard of these before and I do not remember seeing it in the market here. They are so lovely and sure adds color and new taste to the table.

  6. The Gourmet Gourmand says

    Such an interesting ingredient to use. I definitely have never seen these type of beans at the store, but we have a lot of Asian grocers here in San Diego so I'll have to do some poking around. Glad to see you're still being prolific even while on vacation. Enjoy your time back home, it is well earned!

  7. Tandy | Lavender and Lime says

    Love the colour of these beans when cooked 🙂

  8. Dawn says

    I remember this one, love this!!

  9. kushigalu says

    I love this and your dish looks so delicious and beautiful dear!

  10. shashi at runninsrilankan says

    Bobbie, I've seen long green beans at stores, but I've never seen long red beans - they are gorgeous! Almost too pretty to eat...almost!

  11. Raymund says

    Thank you for guest posting, it is a pleasure to have you and a pleasure for my readers to know you as well. Have a great day!

    • Healthy World Cuisine says

      Thanks so much Raymund for the fun opportunity to get to know your followers. It was my pleasure. Please rest and take care.

  12. Anna @ shenANNAgans says

    Just commented on Raymunds post. Brill to see you there too. 🙂

    Love the look of these beans, such a fab colour. I wonder if they are something we can find down under?

    Now... can I come live with you? 32 degrees is my happy place, seriously, that is my bodies ideal temperature.

    Happy week ahead my lovely. Stay cool, in every essence of the word. xoxo

    • Healthy World Cuisine says

      That is so sweet! Thanks for visiting Raymund too. I think you have just taught me a new Aussie slang word.. BRILL...looking that one up now so I can add to my Aussie slang book. No seriously, I have a book as one of my besties is from Sydney and it was like learning 2 foreign languages at once when I first met her in Japan. I had my new Nihongo vocabulary in the front and the Aussie slang in the back and personally I think learning Japanese is much easier than learning Aussie slang... LOL Come on over to hot and steamy HK for a visit and you can teach me more Aussie slang while viewing the sunset...

  13. Sandra - The Foodie Affair says

    What a beautiful sunset and dish! Thank you for introducing me to these long red beans! I love learning about different foods. Since this is a new vegetable for me I'll be right over for a sample 🙂

    • Healthy World Cuisine says

      You would love Hong Kong. One does not need to eat chicken feet and sea cucumbers on their first day here... we save that for later. Just kidding. Only the good stuff for you. There are lots of interesting fresh veggies and fruits that you can only get in an Asian market or in Asia and it is fun to try them all.

  14. Fine Dining at Home (@fdathome) says

    Such beautiful beans. I guess they'll be in a supermarket near me soon.

    • Healthy World Cuisine says

      Thanks David, sure you can find them in the Asian grocery stores near you.

  15. The Gourmet Gourmand says

    I've never ever heard of long red beans... but they look fabulous! And so healthy! Perfect for a hot summer day 🙂

    • Healthy World Cuisine says

      I am glad that I could introduce you to a new veggie. I think about 5 minutes is all I would last in the kitchen as today, so thankfully it only takes 5 minutes to prepare. It is super hot and humid, I almost melted waiting for the public bus earlier today...

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