Romano Bean Veal Stew


Romano Bean Veal Stew

Romano Bean Veal Stew
Romano Bean Veal Stew

"Step into spring with the Romano bean stew with veal, an excellent alternative to the heavier goulash and other winter stews. If you are one of those folks who likes to eat their meals “with a spoon,” you’ll love today’s Romano bean stew with veal (aka boranija). From my quick google search, it looks that Romano beans are Italian, and it makes sense these would be grown here, due to Italy’s proximity to the Balkans. You can take a look at the preparation photos below to see what Romano beans look like. I haven’t seen this type in a lot of grocery stores, but I have come across while at the farmer’s market, so they’re definitely grown in the US. You’re welcome to use other kinds of beans, although Romano beans are my favorite for stews because of their shape: flat, wide with thin beans inside."

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