Not your average GREEN BEANS!
photo by Suzie
- Ready In:
- Drain liquid from green beans.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.
- Saute in olive oil (1 T. per can of beans) for 15 minutes.
- Sprinkle with Basil.
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Made for LET'S P-A-R-T-Y DECEMBER (09) COOKING EVENT and so glad I did. Canned beans can be so boring (at least the way I cook them). What a pleasant taste. DH really likes green beans and, I kid you not, had three helpings! I told him to slow down because I needed to eat some in order to review!! We had them with Baked Rigatoni which was also made for the P-A-R-T-Y. Really complimented the main dish. Thanks for the nifty idea.
I gave this five stars even though I made a couple of changes, because my VERY picky DS scarfed this up (and he doesn't love green beans!) I did add the garlic in the beginning of cooking and it sort of burnt so next time I will add it towards the end, maybe the last couple of minutes or so. I have been trying to get rid of some jarred parmesan, so I added that at the end also. I even liked it with the fakey parmesan. I think a little lemon juice may brighten it at the end, but that is just for experimenting. Thanks for posting!
This was such an easy recipe that cooked quickly and resulted in a delicious side dish. I used a can of green beans, drained. I added a clove of garlic while sauting the beans as suggested by other reviewers. I used dried basil abd tossed it in right before removing the pot from the fire. Thank you for sharing your recipe luvmyhubby!