Green Beans with Goat Cheese, Tomatoes, and Almonds

  • EllenM Posted: 06/16/10
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    Could not find haricots verts, so simply used regular green beans. Tried with goat cheese, which was okay. Substituted goat with feta cheese the second time around, which would rate a 5 star plus! Served with lemon chicken and carrot orzo, all from the June '10 issue of Southern Living.

  • aubiechic Posted: 11/25/10
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    I used one bag of frozen green beans with the same amount of seasoning to yield 4 servings. Note: toss the beans with the vinegar mixture and then toss in the Olive Oil (decrease the oil to about 2 Tbsp). I also added a blend of garlic herbs to add more flavor and it was 5*

  • vjjonsson Posted: 07/02/10
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    I have made this dish several times and it is very well received. The only thing different is that I might add more feta. It was served with lamb and potatoes. It can be made ahead and put together at the last minute.

  • emchapman Posted: 09/15/11
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    I made this for a dinner party and was SOOO glad I did. It was a huge hit and people were asking for seconds and thirds. Extremely delicious -- I'm making it again tomorrow night for my dad's birthday dinner! I serve it with three other SL recipes... Lemon Chicken, Carrot Orzo and Fresh Herb Spoon Rolls... the perfect combination! PS -- I use fresh snap green beans from the produce section instead of the fancy haricots verts...

  • ABsupperclub Posted: 11/30/11
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    My supper club loved this, and it's my "go to" green bean dish for home and parties now. I like to use the goat cheese, but would substitute feta, too. So easy, plus I like the fact that it travels well!

  • amonnes Posted: 09/04/12
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    Delicious! I actually made it without the almonds and shallots (didn't have any on hand) and it was still wonderful! Great way to use green beans and tomatoes from the farmers market!

  • adjohn3 Posted: 08/27/12
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    Goat Cheese overload! The 4oz. of goat cheese was too much, in my opinion. It really upstaged the rest of the ingredients. That said, I would make this dish again, just go really easy on the goat cheese. For my guests who love goat cheese, they thought this dish was great!

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