- 8 ounces green beans (4 oz per serving)
- 2 teaspoons olive oil
- 1/4 teaspoon salt
- 1/8 teaspoon pepper
- 1/4 cup parmesan cheese (grated fresh preferred)
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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.
Dave Armstrong 4 days ago
I add a bit of real garlic with a drizzle of Honey and parmesan cheese.
Erin Holland 28 days ago
so basic but sooo delish! my kids loved it
Chris C. 22 Nov 2018
Such a great side dish, I added some sliced mushrooms, and garlic powder. Turned out really good!
Christina Giumento 5 Oct 2018
I added some garlic and Parmesan cheese to it . Came out good . Quick and easy recipe for a beginner cook !!!
Vereen 27 Sep 2018
Turn out great, my kids even ate them. I think next time I will add garlic
Kevin Sterritt 22 May 2018
Quick and easy. Definitely dries out thinner beans
Allister 17 Mar 2018
Tasty! Quick. Good. Will do again.
Cindy Huffman 3 Jan 2018
This is so good. I will definitely be making green beans this way again.
nicole aufdenkamp 12 Nov 2017
Came out great! Definitely recommend using freshly grated Parmesan cheese as opposed to the powder stuff though
Susan G. 26 Sep 2017
It was easy and delicious
Jasmine Huntington 3 Aug 2017
It came out great!!!
Timmerman 16 Jul 2017
Very yummy! If cooking on top of aluminum foil, crumple it up some first. The green beans come out a little more crispy.
Hi Robert 7 Jun 2017
Pretty easy and delicious!!!!
Spirit 4 May 2017
I've been seeking new ways to serve my string beans ;) Probably use the same ingredients for broccoli and kale. Same temperature for a Magic Chef Oven?
MollieLane 17 Apr 2017
This turned out great. Seasoned perfectly.
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