18 Nov 2014 #23
I am in the process right now. But I can not seem to find fresh yellow wax beans so I plan on rinsing the canned wax beans before use. Trader Joe's use to carry them but it was Yellow and Green mixed package. It's added on last anyway.
Pork Yellow Wax Bean Soup
2 or 3 lbs pork ribs or pork chops
2 or 3 Large White Potatoes peeled and cut into 1/2' pieces
Yellow wax beans or mixed Green, fresh is best as many a you like, de-stringed and cut 1" pieces
or rinse 2 cans.
1 Onion, peel and cut 4 ways
3 cloves Garlic
1 cup Sour Cream or to taste
2 Tsp Real Butter
Water or Broth
Grind White Pepper
In a pot fill water or broth just to the level of covering Pork meat, Garlic Cloves, Onion, Salt, and Pepper
after cooked to tender, stain and separate bones.
To the pot of stock, add Potatoes, continue to cooking until aldonta.
Extract about 1 1/2 cups of stock and set aside.
Add Wax Beans to the pot Stir and cover. When cooking the Beans,
make sure they are cooked through.
* Return the meat to the pot. Lower heat to medium/low
To the extracted stock, add 1/3 cup to Sour Cream and stir.
Add mix Sour Cream to the pot.
In a small heated frying pan, mix melted real butter over a medium flame, add flour,
mix with a fork until browning and looks like paste and lower heat.
Slowly pour in the other 1/3 stock as your mixing in the frying pan.
reduce heat add more liquid than join to the pot and set low.