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Three-Bean Salad

May/June 2009, July/August 1998, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (55 votes)

This three-bean salad has far less sugar than typical versions. We opt for a combination of canned and frozen beans (for convenience) along with fresh green beans for their great taste and texture.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Great recipe. Easy to make. Tastes wonderful. Makes a good side dish for family gatherings. "
Three-Bean Salad Recipe

6 Reviews for Three-Bean Salad

06/30/2014

I don't understand why anyone would add sugar to a side dish.... to me, sugar is for a dessert, not a main food. Other than adding the sugar, this recipe is really great. After you fragrance your garlic, try browning just a touch of onion, then add the raw onion last before covering and putting in the fridge to meld the flavors?

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06/30/2014

I don't understand why anyone would add sugar to a side dish.... to me, sugar is for a dessert, not a main food. Other than adding the sugar, this recipe is really great. After you fragrance your garlic, try browning just a touch of onion, then add the raw onion last before covering and putting in the fridge to meld the flavors?

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06/30/2014

I don't understand why anyone would add sugar to a side dish.... to me, sugar is for a dessert, not a main food. Other than adding the sugar, this recipe is really great. After you fragrance your garlic, try browning just a touch of onion, then add the raw onion last before covering and putting in the fridge to meld the flavors?

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06/10/2012
Absolutely delish!

I made this for a picnic, and everyone loved it! I was asked for the recipe by many, and about "clean eating" which I always have to tell everyone about. I came home with an empty bowl and I doubled the recipe!! It's definitely five stars!

Light, low-fat, easy to make!
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09/05/2010
Anonymous

Great recipe. Easy to make. Tastes wonderful. Makes a good side dish for family gatherings.

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