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I cut the onion by half, sauteed lightly, and used a garlic flavored rice vinegar - DELICIOUS!
Really loved these beans. I did vary it slightly. Instead of small red onion I used 2 red scallions and I mixed yellow and green beans. It's great to get fresh bean recipes when the garden won't quit producing them. Thanks
I had a couple carrots in the fridge so I slivered them and added to the beans. Made it colourful and good. Nice veggie recipy.
These are excellent!!! In the 29 years I have been alive I have never cared for green beans, but after tasting this recipe I am very much into green beans!
We really enjoyed these beans! I never know what kind of vinegar to use when the recipe just calls for "vinegar", so I used balsamic, and it turned out delicious. I was a little worried as I smelled it cooking as it smelled awfully "vinegary", but boy was it delicious when done! Kind of a sweet and sour combination, and we both enjoyed it so much. Thanks!! Dianne
A nice, fresh taste.
This was good. None of the rest of the family is keen on green beans so I ate most of them but I will keep cooking them until someone else likes them too. I cooked the beans and onion in a mediume sized saucepan with a little water on the bottom, then drained them and put them in the serving dish while I made the sauce. I put the beans and onions back into the pan to warm them up and viola. I knew no one would touch them if the onions were raw.
Added a nice flavour to the green beans. Even my kids loved it.
A nice change to regular green beans. Will probably have again. Thnx for posting, Jennifer.