this wasn't too bad, a nice triad of flavors, altho my BF didn't like it as much and suggested that i only give it three stars. i halved the recipe and served it with some creamed corn on the side and a chicken main dish. not bad.
real easy to make and reheats well
Fantastic! Substituted white wine vinegar,freshwhole tomatoes and asiago instead of the original items. Came out great! Thanks
This was good. All the seasoning was on the onions so the green beans and tomatoes tasted a little bland. Next time I will mix all of the ingredients instead of layering. Also, I will use smaller tomatoes such as grape.
I didn't even have all the exact ingredients and still this was good! I did not have Parmesan, so used a Mexican blend I had on hand, as well as canned green beans I wanted to get rid of. This dish is going with me to my next potluck!
Great side dish! Made it for Thanksgiving '08. Easily made vegan with soy parma sprinkle.
I was looking for side dishes for Thanksgiving dinner 2008. I choose this one just from the positive reviews it received. Am I glad I did. THIS IS THE BOMB! Everyone loved it. My only changes were I doubled the onion part of the recipe and used grape tomatoes. Really, really good. YUM:)
Absolutely delicious! I cut in half and it was perfect. I will most definitely be making again!
This is very tasty and it's great to have an oven/roast recipe for green beans instead of my usual saute method. This is one we will definitely make again.
This is such a good tian. I did as Derf said, with only these changes: I used olive oil spray, fresh instead of dried herbs (and increased the amounts accordingly), and very ripe regular instead of cherry tomatoes. It's a wonderful side or starter, or, if you are like me, you could just eat the tian, sip some wine, and be very happy. Thanks, Derf!