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Very good and easy to make, I didn't used freshly squeezed lemon juice but it was still very tasty.
This elevates plain green beans to -- ummm, I don't know -- something elevated. Really, it's a wonderful combination of flavors. And it's easy to fix. And I turned the heat low and just kept it warm till the rest of dinner was done. DH really raved. Update 2 1/2 years later. This has turmed out to be one of my besr fimds! I've used fresh, frozen and canned beans, also fresh long beans, purple ones. Carrots, both sliced regular ones and packaged baby ones with the beans or just by themselves are really superior. Thank you, Marie,for a really terrific recipie.
great. i think this tastes better after it has cooled. when hot i couldn't really taste any of the flavours. i added carrots and thought those were even better than the beans with this simple seasoning (although i definitely ate all the beans as well!).
Nice fix up for green beans. I used frozen baby green beans, microwaved a until done and then added to the lemon juice mixture. Served this with Country Lady's Chicken Parmesa-Low Fat Chicken Parmesan - Low Fat and homemade dinner rolls.
I made a half recipe of these beans. I was going to rate this 4 stars because I thought it was a good recipe but then after eating the entire amount myself (!) I decided these are really, really tasty. The lemon really perks up the beans. This is a great recipe!
These are fantastic. I didn't add the Parmesan cheese because my kids aren't found of them. Grilled steaks marinated in red wine, Steak Wine Marinade, bake potato and garlic green beans. MMMM....Goood