By Jujubegirl on May 10, 2010
Photo by breezermom
Photo by breezermom
"I adapted this from vegancoach.com. Simplified it, reduced the portion size and the oil content. Delicious, simple flavors that work amazingly well together. For such a simple dish, this is a very elegant, pretty, and tasty dish. My family scarfed it down."
Serving Size: 1 (165 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Yum! Nice, tasty side dish. I added some garlic. We love garlic with most everything."
"This is beautiful! I halved the recipe, and decreased the onion and red pepper down to 1/4, as I felt they would overpower the green beans. Maybe they grow onions and bell peppers larger here....but everything seemed to be in perfect proportion. This is delicious as posted, but I will toast the almonds next time to bring out their flavor. Thanks for sharing!"
"A delicious way to "fancy-up" green beans. I also liked that there was no added salt, pepper, etc. Just the flavor of the vegies shining through."
"Nothing to dislike here... as it was a nice side dish tonight with some burgers. Made recipe as posted and we especially liked the addition of almonds to this. The appearance looked as though it could be served at a nice restaurant as a side dish. The appearance was perfect. :). Made for PRMR tag."
"Tops! The natural flavors of the vegetables are enhanced only by a bit of olive oil and butter and a crunchy accent of almonds -- no salt, pepper or even garlic! DH said he preferred these green beans to the usually extra crunchy green beans I make, and I know his sister would say that the steamed green beans with a slight bit of crunch left (but NOT GREY-GREEN as our mothers used to make!) are digested more easily. Serve these to CHF patients with a clear conscience; the only salt is that found naturally in the vegetables themselves. Made for Please Review My Recipe tag."
"A colorful side that allows all the flavors to shine equally. Made as written and got four good size servings. This is just an over all wonderful side. That looks amazing. Thanks for the post."