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Lemon Dijon Green Beans

Lemon Dijon Green Beans created by dicentra

Quick and easy side dish. I really like the flavor of the dijon mustard and the dill.

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  • I usually steam the green beans for 5-7 minutes to get them a bit tender.
  • Melt butter or margarine in large frying pan.
  • Add green beans and cook on medium hight heat until coated with butter.
  • Add lemon juice, mustard and dill.
  • Toss with beans until coated well and heated through.
  • Check taste, add salt or pepper if desired.
  • Sprinkle with toased almonds before serving.
  • Note, almonds can be toasted in oven on a baking sheet 350 degrees for 5-7 minutes.
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"Quick and easy side dish. I really like the flavor of the dijon mustard and the dill."
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  1. dicentra
    Lemon Dijon Green Beans Created by dicentra
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  2. dicentra
    Quick and easy and tasty! Green beans are one of the few veggies DH will eat, so I'm always looking for new ideas. I skipped the almonds, but otherwise followed the recipe. Nice and tangy with the crispy beans. Thanks!
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  3. love4culinary
    This was a nice and simle side to prepare with dinner, quite tasty too!! :-) I think that the mustard and dill were a bit iffy to some, but I guess thats what happens when you try to serve something YUMMY!! to people who usually eat their veggies plain...and out of a can *blech*. hehe Thanks for the great recipe and the note about toasting almonds! That helped!!!
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  4. Kozmic Blues
    Quick and easy side dish. I really like the flavor of the dijon mustard and the dill.
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