Green Beans With Balsamic Vinegar

"This is a recipe I saved from Ediets. I have found that I prefer a little sea salt, fresh ground pepper and splenda mixed with the sauce, but the original recipe did not call for it. I hope you enjoy!"
 
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Ready In:
20mins
Ingredients:
4
Yields:
1 each
Serves:
2
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ingredients

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directions

  • Rinse and snap beans.
  • Mince garlic.
  • Mix garlic, vinegar and olive oil and set aside.
  • Steam beans until tender but firm, approximately 10-15 minutues.
  • Toss with balsamic vinegar dressing.
  • Can be refrigerated and served cold.

Questions & Replies

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  1. sue734105
    Canned green beans are my go to when I don't have access to a fresh vegetable. Usually about once a week. With various additives, they often come out better tasting than if I'd used fresh or frozen. I'd say, go for it. I do have some frozen in the freezer, and this recipe sounds easy and good. Will give it a try with Sunday dinner.
     
  2. Malinda H.
    Can you use canned green beans for this recipe
     
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Reviews

  1. LUv 2 BaKE
    I made this as is (except for scaling back on the oil to about 1/2 tsp) with frozen beans. I thought it was great! It gave a nice tangy flavour the the beans, while being fairly subtle. I do think the additions of the salt, pepper and splenda would have been great too..I may try this next time! Thanks Bobtail!
     
  2. out of here
    I love green beans,used to eat them raw,when picking on my Uncle's farm.I put a little brown sugar,and water chesnuts in mine.Delicious with vinegar.Thanks,a keeper. Rose of Sharon
     
  3. Lori Mama
    We did enjoy these beans, Bobtail! Had to scale back a little on the amounts, as it was just my Husband and I for dinner. I added a bit of salt and pepper as you suggested and might even try the sugar idea next time. :)
     
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