Servings: two to three.
Green beans, cooked until crisp-tender, are the star of this show. If you don’t have some growing in your own garden, this dish is worth a quick stop at the farmers’ market. The pasta’s cooking water melts the cheese and turns it into a rich sauce that coats the beans and pulls everything together. If you can’t find pancetta, substitute bacon.
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So much better than an average green salad, start this meal off with Grilled Butter Lettuce with Buttermilk-Chive Dressing.
We really like this almost 1 pot dish. Simple yet so tasty.
Great recipe! Used 1/2 the butter and broccoli instead of beans (because that is what we had). Went great with Caesar salad.
i put the recipe in my fav box, so i must like it.very flavorful, i substituted speck for the pancetta, speck is the smoked pancetta, very quick and very flavorful...
Very good. I put a lid on the beans because my husband does not like crisp green beans. I thought it had a tad bit too much pancetta but my husband thought it was perfect as is. The colors were nice- white pasta, green beans, red pancetta, black pepper. Made it with the suggested grilled butter lettuce, which we did not think was as good.
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