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Vanilla Green Beans Almondine

Vanilla Green Beans Almondine created by lets.eat

Seasoned with white wine and vanilla

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  • Cook green beans as directed on package, do not overcook. Drain. Meanwhile when beans are cooking, melt the butter in a small saucepan; stir in the wine, vanilla, onion powder, salt and the pepper. Simmer for 2 minutes.
  • Toss the butter sauce with the green beans. Top with the toasted almonds.
  • To toast the almonds, spread the almonds in a single layer on a piece of aluminum foil. Bake 350' for 3-5 minutes.
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  1. COOKGIRl
    I agree that 1 1/2 teaspoons vanilla would be too strong in this recipe. I cut the amount of vanilla in half and it <br/>gave the freshly steamed green beans a lovely, delicate flavor. Shallots replaced onion powder and a small garlic clove minced was also added. Dry vermouth subbed for wine which I was out of but I think gin would work well, too. Heated up the olive oil, threw in the dressing ingredients minus the extract, cooked on medium heat for about 1 minute then stirred in the vanilla extract. We really enjoyed this with an omelet and crusty French bread.
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  2. CaramelPie
    This was really good, however, my family thought it was too "sweet-tasting" because of the vanilla. I'll probably make it without the vanilla next time. Thanks.
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  3. lets.eat
    Vanilla Green Beans Almondine Created by lets.eat
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  4. lets.eat
    Seasoned with white wine and vanilla
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