These beans were really good, ended up having to make more for dinner because they were picked away within minutes! I made just as written but also added a little white pepper to the second batch, this was really good too.
Make sure you use fresh dill, it makes a big difference!
These green beans were delicious. I am always looking for new ways to make greenbeans, because they are my boys favorite veggie. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I will definatley be making these again.
WOW! I loved this recipe! I used fresh blue lake beans from my garden and fresh dill weed. Unfortunately the photos I took came out fuzzy so I'll just have to cook them again! LOL! I served it with corn pudding and BBQ chicken. Thanks for posting!
This has become a regular favorite - easy and tasty. Often served as a side to my German Sausage Fry #211294
I usually like dill added into recipes, but just wasn't sure about this one. The bouillon cube made the beans too salty. The subtle dill flavor was alright, but I didn't really care for this combination.
Yum yum! I have yet to be disappointed in your side dishes truebrit! I used dill seed instead of dill weed and will try that next time. My 3 yr old normally hates green beans but he liked these so I will definitely be making it again. Thanks!
If you frequent the same rut as I do concerning vegies, this is the recipe to try. It is so simple and the flavor is light and delicate and will not overpower your meal. Its simplicity beats out my usual vegies - a little S&P, butter, maybe some minced onion or a little garlic. Try it - you won't be disappointed. Thanks Truebrit for sharing with our chef community.
I needed to use up some fresh dill I had and found this recipe. I used fresh green beans instead of frozen. Then I added 1 cup sliced baby portabella mushrooms and increased water to 1/2 cup. This was great - my b/f ate most of them and is requesting more.