This was a good recipe, and very easy to do. I did not put in any thyme because I did not have any. I also put in slightly less garlic, as my fiance smells when he eats too much. That being said, the recipe was delicious - I particularly liked the punch of the lemon juice. I served it with Chicken with Dried Plums and Sage (http://find.myrecipes.com/recipes/recipefinder.dyn?action=displayRecipe&recipe_id=1860143). It was a good pairing.
Garlic and Thyme Green Beans
JennySmith Posted: 02/27/10
Courtnay Posted: 12/27/09
This recipe was so easy and good and kicks green beans for dinner up a notch. The only time it took was prepping the beans, and dicing garlic and thyme. The beans cooked in the frying pan with an occasional stir while I prepared the rest of dinner. I used fresh thyme, but dried would work, too. Definitely a keeper for any season, since thyme grows in my Northwest garden year round and beans are affordable - though from CA - even in the winter.
anonymous12 Posted: 09/07/12
This was good. I don't think I'm a fan of sour (bc of lemon) being the dominate flavor in this dish. But I think others would like this dish a lot. It was super easy to make. I will be making again without the lemon. And I may try adding some sliced almonds.