5 Reviews

Bergy, our second favourite veggie (after asparagus), done beautifully. thank-you!! The sauce was outstanding and good for us too!! A pleasure to serve, the presentation was perfect and the combination of tastes got raves. A perfect starter salad. Thanks for sharing.

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Derf April 09, 2003

I liked this a lot, but next time I will use half the garlic so my kids will eat it.

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haskinsfam October 02, 2006

Keeping this short and sweet -- yummy. I added some tomotoes to give this a bit of color. They were delicious with the dressing and that's from someone who does not like raw tomatoes. Planning to try this with steamed carrots next. Thanks Bergy.

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justcallmetoni May 28, 2006

When I first spotted this recipe I thought oh, no cooked green onions! Luckily, they aren't cooked in this recipe. Hubby was given freshly picked garden green beans by a co-worker and I wasn't going to waste them by throwing the beans in a casserole. I wanted a recipe to highlight their color and flavor best. I didn't read through the recipe thoroughly and consequently for quick chilling of the beans I placed them in the freezer for about 15-20 minutes. Worked like a charm! The first bite made my eyes buggy! By the way, the yogurt/onion sauce is {{really}} good on tamale pie, too. ;)

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COOKGIRl September 14, 2005

nice tangy flavor. I made it a bit bulkier by the addition of yellow peppers and fresh garden tomatoes. Made a nice lunch salad with fresh bread. Aim to try it with marinated tofu the next time also.

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drhousespcatcher July 13, 2005
Green Beans & Green Onions