6 Reviews

Yummm! So easy and so fast! I loved that you could blanch them ahead of time and just flash them in the pan just prior to serving. Bought the fresh 2# pkg. of skinny little beans at Costco. I went ahead and blanched them and then put them in an ice water bath to stop them from cooking. Then I spread them out on a towel to further drain and dry. It made my company dinner so easy and everyone loved them. How simple! Thanks!

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Maven in the Making January 23, 2014

These were fine. Not great, but fine.

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Paris D January 04, 2010

Really easy to make and really flavorful. I used meaux mustard and pole beans. Next time I think I will use regular beans in this dish. I served this as a side to Red Snapper with Mustard Sauce 52154, which I found to be very complimentary. Thanks, Tebo!

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Dr. Jenny December 13, 2009

Very simple recipe. We really enjoy the green bean and coarse-grain mustard combination. Next time I would use a tad less oil.

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Ducky August 05, 2007

Had these with our roast chicken the other nice - they are lovely. Instead of boiling beans - I just microwaved them with a little oil & the mustard over the top - heated for 2 minutes and then stirred the mustard thru. Very quick & easy - Thanks Tebo.

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Annetty December 19, 2005

Simple tasty recipe - The beans this year have gone wild and we seem to have them every second night so it is great to have different recipes. I cut back the oil to just a spray of olive oil, used Bavarian course grain mustard - it is slightly sweet gave a nice flavor to the beans. Thanks Tebo for a keeper

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Bergy September 09, 2003
Green Beans & Whole Grain Mustard