11 Reviews

I didnt have fresh green beans on hand so I used canned and I enjoyed them a lot. DH didnt do well with them but when he took some over to my mom she loved them too. Put the green beans in a skillet and added the onion and dressing then let the beans warm thru. Will be making these again when I go to the Farmer's Market and get some fresh green beans. This recipe is a definite keeper! Made and reviewed for Kittencal's Going Green For March Recipe Tag.

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lauralie41 April 14, 2010

This is a nice and tasty twist on green beans. I really enjoyed the flavors that the mustard and vinegar added. The oil was reduced to 2 tablespoons and worked well. The onion was tossed into the beans along with the dressing, the lid was placed on tight and they were allowed to stand a few minutes before serving. The beans were crisp tender and the onion was slightly wilted. Made for *Partying the Diabetic Way*

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PaulaG November 24, 2009

I liked the fact that there was plenty of dressing to coat the green beans. I brought them to a work pot luck but they weren't touched much. Perhaps people were more interested in the sweets, rather than this healthy bean dish. I served them at room temperature.

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Marie Nixon October 31, 2009

Loved this. Green beans are my favorite so I am always looking for different ways to prepare them. This was quick easy and delicious. I chilled mine a little before serving. Made for Potluck tag.

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KellyMac6 September 02, 2009

I served these slightly warm and they were really tasty. I took Bakin's advice and added 1/2 t. of minsed garlic. I used fresh yellow beans instead of green. Great taste from the honeymustard and redwine vinegar. Nothing says summer than fresh veggies:-) Made for HolidayTag.

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CoffeeB July 12, 2009

Lovely beans! I used a whole-grain mustard, and enjoyed these gently tangy beans, made to accompany a meatball casserole. My daughters don't like uncooked onion, so I did saute my onion in a knob of butter beforehand, nonetheless, these were delicious, thank you, gailanng!

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Karen Elizabeth June 15, 2009

We enjoyed! Was a nice addition to our Menu #28854 menu. I added garlic cloves and extra Dijon. Skipping the salt. Thanks made for ZWT5. ;)

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Rita~ June 10, 2009

Delish... I added a clove of garlic... I just couldn't help myself. The dijon was delightful. Made for 123 tag, sorry I missed it inthe ZWT5, what was I thinking? Delish.

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BakinBaby June 08, 2009

I really enjoyed these green beans. The directions were perfect. I loved the tang from the red wine vinegar and dijon mustard. The red onions were a fabulous addition. Easy recipe and tastes great. I will definitely be making these again. ~Made for ZWT5 Epicurean Queens~

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LifeIsGood May 21, 2009

This was so fast to put together. I didn't cut my green beans, I prefer them long. I found this to be real tasty. Served it with Nif's pork cutlets. I would try this again and I think I would try a different oil as cookgirl suggested. But my DD and I really enjoyed this dish. Thanks for the recipe post. Made for ZWT5

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FrenchBunny May 17, 2009
Green Beans With Red Onions