Roasted New Potatoes & Green Beans

March/April 2011

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Whoever said potato salad needs to be cold? For this warm version, new potatoes are roasted right alongside green beans, then tossed in a tangy champagne vinegar and Gorgonzola dressing. If you like, you can toss in some baby arugula.

Roasted New Potatoes & Green Beans

7 Reviews for Roasted New Potatoes & Green Beans

Great side dish

I made this last night as a side to salmon and it was great. I roasted the green beans at the same time as the potatoes as the recipe calls for, and they came out pretty limp. I prefer my green beans with some crisp. I saw a comment that said they put the green beans in later and only roasted them for 10 minutes; I might try that next time. Or I may omit the green beans and just do the potatoes this way.

The dressing was delicious!

Easy, filling

Have subbed asparagus for the beans when the beans weren't looking their best. Delicious!

Very tasty dish!

Served this dish with company and they loved it. It was very tasty and a different way to use the summer veggies. I don't cook a lot so getting the potatoes and greens cooked just right involved several checks but, now that I've cooked the dish once, it should be really easy. I substituted Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese for the blue cheese as I don't care for blue cheese. It was a great substitute.

Great new way to use the summer veggies.
WOW! Delicious!!

I made my own adjustments... I used Splenda instead of sugar.... And substituted the Gorgonzola for Parmesan as that is what I had on hand. Used cayenne pepper seasoning and it was fabulous! Everyone came back for seconds!

So simple
great combo

I had to cook the full 35 minutes to get the vegetables browned. I substituted white wine vinegar and used everything else. It was really good! I served it with a roast and we ate them ALL.

easy to make

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