- 1 pound green beans
- 2 tablespoons butter (you can halve it with olive oil if you're trying to be healthier)
- 4 cloves minced garlic
- 1/4 cup fresh parsley (chopped fine)
|Calories70Calories from Fat35|
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|Calories from Fat35|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
PetsTalkLove a month ago
Turned out great. Taste was impactful.
Nathaniel Hendrix 4 months ago
would be way better with fresh green beans
James Holloway 4 months ago
they were great even my 1 and 7 year old loved them
Matthew 4 months ago
Was pretty good but I had to double the amount of garlic to get a noticeable flavor.
HandySousChef 5 months ago
It’s a good side dish and easy to make. Green beans turned yellow when I boiled it.
tylerb 5 months ago
Delicious! Would definitely make again.
Hi, This Is The Yummly App 5 months ago
Outstanding. It tasted amazing
Sandy K. 5 months ago
Great, simple and easy to make
becky 5 months ago
Not quite as much flavor as I expected, I’ll just add more next time though!!
YumChef-7OVoW 6 months ago
delicious! added vegetable broth for extra flavor
Catherine and Andy Kuijpers 8 months ago
easy and delicious and yummy
Noa'ia e Mauri Queen! 8 months ago
Delicious! The garlic flavour stood out and was amazing! Had it with mashed potatoes and fried fish balls!
Delta Romero 8 months ago
really good will keep
Ronald Garrick a year ago
Very good. No modifications
Cassandra Morga a year ago
Amazing! I added a little lemon to balance out the garlic and I’m in love!
Alayna a year ago
It was pretty good but a little bland
Brooke D. a year ago
It was good! I didn’t use the parsley though!
Teela J a year ago
Quick and easy! It was so good. Delicious!
Duanette W. 2 years ago
Quick, easy and tasty!
Erika B. 2 years ago
It turns out excellent each time. I've made them a few times and it's simple and tasty, even without parsley.
Pierrette B. 2 years ago
these where the best and will make them for Christmas dinner along with roast pork tenderloin and vegetables.
Matt Knapp 2 years ago
Made these for Thanksgiving dinner and they were absolutely delicious and extremely easy to make. I'll probably be making it every Thanksgiving now! I used fresh green beans, but canned might work too. I boiled mine about five minutes longer than they suggested because they were still pretty hard. Really up to you to decide how you like them.
Robin J. 2 years ago
Turned out great. Chose not to boil the green beans for 10 minutes but for approximately 5 minutes so they still had a bite to them and were lightly crisp. Sautéed the garlic very briefly and tossed in the green beans, salted and peppered and added parsley and served. Very bright and herbaceous. I will definitely make this again.