very delicious and easy, esp. since I wanted something i could make in advance for a party. with pork tenderloin on dollar rolls, and mac and cheese. I boiled the beans slightly longer just because I like them a little soft, but not mushy. I finally found sherry vinegar, but as a substitute for it, you could mix equal parts red wine and balsamic vinegars, or equal apple cider and balsamic. I'd make these again.
Green Bean Salad Amandine
Ginamae Posted: 02/13/09
mkumpe Posted: 03/09/11
Delicious and easy! Nice spin on flavors!
lalala706 Posted: 12/24/10
Just finished making this and it is fantastic! Simple and delish; I choose this recipe because it seemed easy to take to a pot luck Christmas dinner. The flavor is clean and what a veggie side dish should be- just perfect! I used 1/2 balsamic 1/2 red wine vinegar in place of sherry and I don't believe it is missing anything by using this substitution.
tehwarrens Posted: 05/10/11
Love this dish-- been making it for years. Easy, light, and fresh, and it's really easy to adjust the flavors to your liking. I pair it with Maple-Dijon crusted chicken thighs, and it's excellent.
nicccolettte Posted: 10/06/11
Made this last night and it was great. I followed the recipe as written. Very easy, delicious and fast!
msquared61 Posted: 04/05/13
I made this for Easter and it was a big hit! I loved that I could make it the day before. I did not have the sherry vinegar so used apple cider vinegar and it was yummy. In the rush of getting everything on the dinner table, I did forget to toast and use the almonds! So I am sure it would have been even better! Would definitely make again and hopefully remember the almonds!
HennyPenny Posted: 06/30/12
Made this with fresh beans from my garden and everyone loved it! Simple to make, and it pairs well with grilled foods.