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Lemon-Dill Green Beans

May/June 2009, November/December 2010

Your rating: None Average: 3.9 (93 votes)

This lemon and dill vinaigrette is a natural complement to green beans. It's also great tossed with steamed asparagus or drizzled over sliced fresh tomatoes. To make this recipe serve 10, multiply all the ingredients by 2 1/2: Use 2 1/2 pounds green beans, 3 tablespoons dill, 2 1/2 tablespoons each shallot, oil and lemon juice, 2 1/2 teaspoons mustard and 3/4 teaspoon each salt and pepper.



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"This recipe sounds delicious. I love dill! I think I will try this one out with my family for Christmas Dinner. "
Lemon-Dill Green Beans

10 Reviews for Lemon-Dill Green Beans

12/26/2014
Anonymous
Fantastic change to heavy green bean cassarole

I was looking for something lighter for Christmas dinner and came upon this one. It was great! Everyone loved it and my Sister left with a copy of the recipe in her hand. The recipe is easy to make (I steamed the beans) and I intend to keep this one in my recipe box

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06/19/2014
Anonymous
Use what you have on hand!

I used lime juice, dill spice from the pantry, onion instead of shallots, a squirt of brown mustard (but I did cook the onions w/the beans) and this was fabulous! Don't be scared to switch it up!

Lime-Dill Green Beans rocked it!
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Anonymous wrote 51 weeks 1 day ago

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* I took the picture before I stirred it up; the smell was so incredible I had to take a photo!

05/26/2014
Anonymous
Nice change from plain old green beans

The vinaigerette adds a nice, tangy wake-up call to the green beans.

easy to make
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01/03/2012
Anonymous

The dill vinaigrette is amazing. This dish is also great served cold the next day and I almost prefer it that way. We live very fit and healthy lifestyles and I am always looking for something new that fits into that. This definitely works.

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11/19/2010
Anonymous

This recipe sounds delicious. I love dill! I think I will try this one out with my family for Christmas Dinner.

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