Ready in 15 minutes
Delicious green beans.
"My husband and I really loved this dish. I added a yellow bell pepper, thinly sliced, to the green beens. It added both flavor and color. Next time I will cut down a bit on the thyme, or perhaps add dill instead. This recipe is very adaptable to personal taste and will be a staple at our table! Loved it!"- proverbs31teacher
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Combine butter, garlic and thyme in a small bowl and set aside. Heat olive oil in a 12-inch nonstick skillet over medium heat until just smoking.
Add beans, 1/4 teaspoon salt and 1/8 teaspoon pepper. Cook, stirring occasionally until spotty brown, 4 to 6 minutes. Add water, cover andcook until beans are bright green and crisp, about 2 minutes.
Remove cover, increase heat to high and cook until water evaporates, 30-60 seconds. Add butter mixture and continue to cook, stirring frequently, until beans are crisp-tender, lightly browned and beginning to wrinkle, 1-3 minutes longer.
Transfer beans to a serving bowl, toss with lemon juice and parsley; adjust seasoning with salt and pepper.
ericabennettwaterman 1 month ago
Filmboy 3 months agoit was good but I found the thyme a bit strong.
jgalla3 4 months agoGreat easy green bean recipe. Can use a hint of parmesan cheese to compliment the sour of the lemon.
cgill7 5 months agoShould have used less butter... had a greasy taste. I will try again.
AnnaMariakl 5 months agoThis recipe is great! I only did 1/2 the butter and twice the lemon though. PS.. it took 30 minutes to cook though!
slavicamaletin 5 months ago
mogriff1 5 months agoVery good! I was looking for a different way to make green beans! Very Flavorful!
KendraCooks 6 months ago
Lnelson61 6 months ago@Flinthart-Thanks for pointing that out. Not sure how the vegan tag got there but it's now been removed. This recipe would be just as good with olive oil instead of butter so I hope you give it a try. Thanks again!
Flinthart 6 months agoButter is not vegan. You need to recategorise this one.