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Tasty and simple. I used fresh green beans from Trader Joes that came in a microwaveable bag. I microwaved them, then added them to a pot with the rest of the recipe ingredients, as directed. I grated in some fresh Parmesan cheese at the end of the heating time too. Very nice; will make again!
I made a test batch using one can of green beans tonight to see if they might work for Bunko Christmas Dinner tomorrow night. Wow! These are wonderful. I could have eaten the whole can by myself they are so good. However, I didn't because my husband loves them too. Will be using as a side-dish at Bunko for sure. Thanks so much!
Loved this simple but very tasty vegetable dish. Will be made again. Thank you.
Very good. Used panko, basil, and oregano instead of the bread crumbs because of a food allergy. Kids all liked it too, and there were no leftovers! Thanks Pam!
Nice and easy. Thanks for posting :-)
These were amazing... I needed a good green bean recipe for dinner tonight and came across this. My Husband suggested I go for it... I really thought it was too simple to be any good... boy was I WRONG! This is an amazing recipe and I can't see myself fixing green beans any other way in the future. Thank you for sharing!
This was really good!!! Perfect for canned beans. I made the mistake of adding some salt (not called for in recipes) and they were a little salty. So next time I'll follow the directions!!!!
I love this!! I made them with canned french-cut green beans. This is so fast and easy and delicious!! :D Ever since I found this recipe I make it several times per week. Thanks so much for sharing this!! :D
Good, but a bit soggy. I think I'd like it better with fresh green beans.
Very good but next time I think I will either toast the crumbs b4 adding them to the beans or pop it under the broiler just after topping the beans to toast the crumbs a little.