Green Beans with Speck | Schinkenspeck

Green Beans with Speck can be made ahead and heated in the oven right before serving.

Serves 2-4

Speck, technically called Schinkenspeck, is a dry aged prosciutto product. Bacon or ham can be substituted if your grocer does not carry this Austrian favorite. Enjoy Green Beans with Speck with chicken, fish, or pork

Ingredients:

1 lb of green beans
2 ounces schinkenspeck, minced

Method:

1. Simmer green beans in a large pot of salted water until just cooked. Drain and set aside.

Minced Speck adds ham flavor to the green beans.

2. Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Add speck and cook until the fat renders (much like bacon).

3. Add green beans and toss with speck. Serve hot.

 

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Speck, technically called Schinkenspeck, is a dry aged prosciutto product. Bacon or ham can be substituted if your grocer does not carry this Austrian favorite. Enjoy Green Beans with Speck with chicken, fish, or pork
Servings Prep Time
2-4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2-4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Green Beans with Speck | Schinkenspeck
Votes: 0
Rating: 0
You:
Rate this recipe!
Print Recipe
Speck, technically called Schinkenspeck, is a dry aged prosciutto product. Bacon or ham can be substituted if your grocer does not carry this Austrian favorite. Enjoy Green Beans with Speck with chicken, fish, or pork
Servings Prep Time
2-4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Servings Prep Time
2-4 people 10 minutes
Cook Time
20 minutes
Ingredients
  • 1 lb green beans
  • 2 oz schinkenspeck , minced - OR -
  • bacon
Servings: people
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Instructions
  1. Simmer green beans in a large pot of salted water until just cooked. Drain and set aside.
  2. Heat a large skillet over medium heat. Add speck and cook until the fat renders (much like bacon).
  3. Add green beans and toss with speck.

6 Comments

    • Thank you, William!

      I’d like to say spell check failed me, but truth be told I’m working fast to get these recipes out to you tonight. I made the corrections. Thanks for your understanding!

      Do you like schinkenspeck?

  1. Ken says

    Never tried it, but using american bacon as a substitute would likely give a very different flavor. I will try it with parma though, always looking for new green bean ideas.

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