Very tasty and different than plain green beans. Left the beans whole, and sliced onions and peppers in long strips. Due to health considerations, I used just a few shakes of cheese. Will make this again when I want to impress company (or just the family).
This was a wonderful side dish! I used 1/2 an onion and had to leave out the yellow pepper - the store didn't have any that day. Definitely put on the cheese!! Made for Everyday's a Holiday Game 2014.
This was just okay - not great. The parmesan cheese clumped when added.
This was just stellar. I would give it more stars if I could. I used one orange pepper and ended up using only 1/2 cup Parmesan cheese. I could have eaten the whole thing. I can't wait to make this again. I love the way the cheese melted and kinda binded bits together. Yum!
This is a recipe that will do justice to my own garden grown beans. When they start coming in, I struggle to find enough different recipes to keep us interested, but this will definitely add to the rotation. It's simple to make, yet has enough flavors to not taste simple. I loved the contrast of textures between the peppers, beans and onions, yet they all tasted fresh and alive, not like the canned or frozen items we are forced to make do with in the off season. Thanks for posting another recipe to make my garden pay off!
I cheated a bit and used Peppers Packed in Oil 460186 for the peppers and seasonings (which were very similar to this recipe). Used farm fresh green beans and kept everything in strips and long beans. Worked out great! Be sure to use fresh green beans as we felt that really made this recipe 'pop' with texture and flavor. Thanks for a keeper recipe!
What a great way to treat beans! All of the veggies are beautifully done with nothing limp or mushy. I did need to add a pinch of salt but I think many folks will be happy with the result as written. Love the herbs added in. Made for Photo Tag.