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This was a good way to eat green beans. It was so easy and hardly any cleanup. I upped the garlic cloves to 5 and cut the recipe in half for the 2 of us. Delicious!!
Delicious, a fantastic recipe for using fresh green beans.
Very delicious. I have made with and without the italian seasoning. Thanks!
Fantastic! Simple, very flavorful and a great side for any meal. Cooked mine about 20 minutes. I ate so many of these straight from the pan, I was full before dinner even began! Thanks for sharing the recipe!
These were great! Even my veggie hating DH ate a bunch and any veggie recipe that DH likes, is tops! I made as posted and baked for about 20 mintues. I can't wait to make this with green beans fresh from my garden. THanks for posting a keeper!
These were so yummy and easy! I baked them for 12 min. For our preference, I wouldn't bake any longer. They still had a beautiful green, were nice and crisp, and the garlic was nice and caramelized. I did only use 1 large garlic clove. That was plenty for us. Thank you!
I also found this recipe in Quick Cooking (in their annual recipe collection). I was going to post it myself, but you beat me to it. =D The greenbeans were tasty and crispy. They went great with a crockpot kitchen dish from here. (Unfortunately, I didn't have enough foresight to save it in my cookbook). Regardless, this is an excellent side-dish recipe that has become a staple. -j™
I baked them for 25 minutes and they were still crunchy just the way I like them. I cut the recipe back to two servings (cut the recipe in half) but left the garlic at 3 cloves. Cut the oil back to 1 teaspoon & used 1 tsp Italian salad (liquid) dressing. Thanks for yet another bean recipe sugaree