This recipe is great. Great flavor from the butter and garlic. I steamed the green beans. Thanks Lynn :) Made for ZWT8 for Diners, Winers and Chives
Wow Lynn, were these green beans good. I made the recipe exactly as written for a truly decadent treat. Loved the nutty flavor of the garlic and all that buttery goodness. We enjoyed these last night with a lovely french steak dish. Thanks so much for sharing a quick and easy recipe that I will make often. Made for Fearless Red Dragons ZWT8 - France
I can't believe I still haven't reviewed this recipe. It has been my go-to recipe for string beans for a while. I use 4 large garlic cloves and two tablespoons of butter for a perfect side dish that everyone enjoys. Thank you.
Very good--though I think you could reduce the butter by a tablespoon and it would still taste good
A great example of less is more in a recipe. How can you go wrong with fresh tender green beans in buttery garlic? This is simply delicious. It goes with anything from beef to fish to vegetarian to ethnic foods. You could really cut down the butter to save on some fat calories, I think. I used 2 tbsp and it was plenty. Thanx for posting!
Delicious! I used a mix of yellow and green beans. Cooked 10 minutes just like in the recipe. Yum!
We loved these! So simple to prepare and so delicious. We served them as a side to Kittencal's Perfect Prime Rib, an outstanding pairing. Thank you for the wonderful recipe for a vegetable that I used to find hard to love.
These are great! Only thing I did different is cook the beans for a longer time because that is how we like them. Few ingredients but full of flavor. Thanks so much for posting.
I have been making my green beans this way forever. They couldn't be better!