Delicious! Served this with meatloaf and oven roasted potatoes but could be served with anything. My picky 2 year-old even tried a carrot! My bf doesn't usually care for cooked carrots but these weren't all mushy like he thinks cooked carrots usually are. He enjoyed this a lot and so did I. Will definitely be making this again. Might also be good with other veggies. Yum!
Very nice side dish! I used 3/4 green beans and 1/4 matchstick carrots. My cooking method was to parboil the vegetables in a heavy stockpot, drain, then saute them in the same stockpot in a combination of half butter and half olive oil. I will make this recipe again. Thanks!
This side dish is so pretty. I blanched the veggies, and then quickly reheated them in a saute pan with butter and garlic. I have some leftovers that I can't wait to get my fork on ;) Thanks.
mmmmm can't stop eating!
Where have you been all my life ??!! I always get a bit worried when I have company and to organise everything on-time. This is a life saver. I found some very small green beans (Costco) that the first batch was 5 mins second batch was 4 mins (boiled on the stove) wish I had done 3.5 mins they were so small and cooked while I got them into a cold water bath to stop the cooking process. The carrots got 5 mins and wow even they were just done. Everything was put into ziplock bags and ready for the dinner the next day.
Perfect! Delicious, colorful and quick. Just the right side to go with our steak dinner. I'll be making these again. Thanks for posting the recipe.
Very Simple and easy and tasty. Thanks for posting!
Very simple yet delicious. I just stir fried these in our wok. Thanks for a great recipe!
This was good and easy to make. I used a 16 ounce package of frozen green beans and a bag of matchstick carrots. I misread the ingredients and used 3 tablespoons of butter which I thought was a good amount. I then used garlic powder instead of minced garlic but I just sprinkled it on. I also made this in the microwave. We all enjoyed them.