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Lemon Balsamic Green Beans

These tangy, savory green beans compliment any meal, and couldn't be simpler to make. Best if made with fresh green beans, but frozen green beans are just as good.

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  • Heat oil in a large saucepan over high heat.
  • Chop onion into thin strips and add them to the pan. Add half the garlic, salt, and pepper, and saute until onions barely begin to brown.
  • Cut ends off green beans if fresh, and add them to the pan. Mix in remaining garlic. Juice 1/4 of a lemon into the pan and add 2 tbls of balsamic vinegar and i tsp of butter.
  • Sample a green bean, and add remaining lemon, salt and pepper to taste.
  • Before green beans are fully cooked, toss in desired amount of sliced almonds. Warm a little longer, and serve immediately.
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@Chef RayRay
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"These tangy, savory green beans compliment any meal, and couldn't be simpler to make. Best if made with fresh green beans, but frozen green beans are just as good."
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  1. punkarooni
    These beans were simple to make and the whole family enjoyed them. I am always looking for a new way to prepare veggies. This was great and I will make them again.
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  2. Chef RayRay
    These tangy, savory green beans compliment any meal, and couldn't be simpler to make. Best if made with fresh green beans, but frozen green beans are just as good.
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