Beans and mushrooms freeze well and it doesn't take much thought to add any of your favorite spices or fresh/dry herbs! Portion it out and you are ready to go.
Green & Yellow Beans with Wild Mushrooms
From EatingWell: November/December 2007
Simply prepared green and yellow beans with wild mushrooms are easy holiday fare.
6 Reviews for Green & Yellow Beans with Wild Mushrooms
I made this for Thanksgiving and it wasn't a good fit. There needs to be a little sauce or glaze to give it more flavor.
I actually laughed out loud when I read the first comment. I completely agree... a diet buffet, hilarious.
I love this recipe as part of the 7-day diet but 10 servings? Come on! If you stick to the 7-day plan and make all these recipes for 6, 8 and 10 people, you will throw away more food than you eat, because you are not eating leftovers in the plan. Yes, I can reduce the portions of the recipes, but to shop for and prepare these meals for 2 people I spend more time doing math than I should have to. Also, by including recipes with so many servings, you are encouraging people to eat more, whether they do it to reduce waste or they just eat more subconsciously because there is so much food! My point is that if Eating Well is using this recipe as part of a 7-day diet plan that they've created, they should take the time to modify the recipes for 1, 2 or at most, 4 servings. No one is making a diet buffet for the neighbourhood so 10 servings is way too many.
Add a few sprinkles of dry thyme to this for a nice flavor.