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To cut calories I didn't use the cheese, so I added some garlic and heb seasoning instead and these were very good. I used 16 oz. of frozen haricot verts so I cooked them a couple of minutes longer. I'm sure with the cheese they'll be even better!

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Texas Wine Girl January 22, 2013

I made these for Thanksgiving dinner and my family did not like them at all.

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Reggie #2 November 30, 2008

I used only 1/8 cup of balsamic vinegar. I liked that it was cooked in the microwave. I had to add 5 minutes to the cooking time. I'll try again with another cheese like cheddar or mozza. Thanks Alskann. Made for Alphabet chef game

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Boomette August 17, 2008

I used a 16 bag of frozen cut green beans. The balsamic vinegar could be reduced to 2 tablespoons but the cheese is perfect. I will need to try these again with fresh beans or as suggested asparagus.

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PaulaG April 07, 2008

Yummy beans! DH was quite impressed. Next time I might use a tad less vinegar and a bit more parmesan. Thanks so much for a new, easy and interesting way to serve green beans!

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pattikay in L.A. January 19, 2007

I used 2 cans of green beans with 1T of balsamic vinegar. It's probably much better with fresh beans, but it dressed up the canned ones nicely.

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4Susan January 12, 2007

So easy, so good, inexpensive and it works well with asparagus too.

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lalainia December 17, 2006
Balsamic Green Beans