Simple and delicious! We made this from frozen cut beans and served it with our Thanksgiving dinner. Easily done even amid the chaos of turkey day in a small kitchen! Thanks, Lainey!
Loved them! I used fresh beans, and steamed them for about ten minutes, until they were tender. The garlic butter is made in minutes, coat the beans, add the parmesan ... enjoy! ridiculous! I forgot the almonds, I'm so sorry... when I use them next time, this'll be even better! An excellent recipe, Lainey!
We were looking for a quick and easy way to make our frozen green beans. I cooked them according to the package, melted 2 tblsp butter, poured over and just added garlic salt and parmesan cheese. They were very good!
Deliciously simple! Suited me, as we have lovely green beans from the garden right now. I used less than 14 oz beans (we're just 2 diners) but used the same amount of garlic and almonds, and more butter and Parmesan! Lovely flavour combination. Do watch the garlic and almonds, as they can burn quite quickly. Made specially for the Side Dishes thread in the Photo Forum, March 2011. Thanks, Lainey!
Really wonderful. We really enjoyed these beans. The butter, parmesan, almonds and garlic were nice but not overpowering. The beans were gone in a flash. I used whole fresh green beans 14oz and they were great. Steamed them for 10 minutes and then topped them. Perfection. We made them for Thanksgiving but they would be wonderful for any dinner meal. Thanks for posting Lainey. Enjoy! ChefDLH
I used frozen green beans with great success. I also used olive oil instead of butter. Served this with our Thanksgiving dinner. I don't think I'll ever make the old green bean casserole ever again! Thanks!
Simply delicious way to dress up beans with ingredients I always have on hand. Made with fresh beans that were a bit big so they needed some jazzing up. Served with Cod and Potatoes. Thanks Lainey for sharing.