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This recipe was good. I used fresh corn cut off the ear because i dont like frozen or canned veggies. I used 3tbsp of butter vs the 1 and 3/4 tbsp butter. Everything was done to the recipe and it was a hit! will definately make again
I like this. I think that next time I might try to use fresh corn like another reviewer.
This was very tasty. I didn't put in green onions, but put in everything else. The green beans I only cooked for 5 minutes and they were perfectly crisp. The melding of flavors was perfect. I just kept eating it, ignoring other food on my plate. Great recipe!
This was easy and tasty--a great combo of flavors. I made it pretty much exactly as written, except for step 1--I cut the green beans and put them in boiling, salted water, but after 5 minutes they were already more than cooked enough. Next time, I'll cook them even less, but I do admit that I like my veggies on the crisp side.
I love succotash and I was not disppointed with this one! Never had it with green beans but it was delicious! Thanks Rita L
What a wonderful flavor. I did make a few changes based on personal taste. Since I'm not sure a huge fan of green beans, I substituted edamame (soybeans) and left out the red pepper. I also left out the celery salt. This had a wonderful carmelized flavor that went wonderful with grilled steaks and mashed potatoes. I think this would actually be good with a variety of veggies...next time I'll probably include carrots & peas too.
Very good! This was very tasty and very simple to make. I love green beans and love the combination with the other vegetables. This is a keeper.