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Marla M. 7 days ago
Cooked as suggested in my cast iron. I crushed my garlic, it worked out just fine. Super delicious recipe and easy!!
Kathleen Baker 5 months ago
Great recipe! Super simple to make and great flavor, loved the addition of chili flakes!
MaeLynn 7 months ago
Quit easy to do. So easy that I almost lost track😂
H F. 8 months ago
👍👌 i make it often. its my go to green bean recipe for a salmon dinner.
Swadesh Temgire 10 months ago
Good 👍🏻 I will make it again
Charles a year ago
Tae Reynolds a year ago
Easy, enjoyable side vegetable dish. Delicious without any additional seasonings.
InnerFatKid a year ago
Great recipe. Very simple. I just added some sliced shiitake mushrooms about 1/5 of the way through cooking the green beans and it was perfect.
Ara Gallagher a year ago
Best recipe for French beans very easy and everyone loved them!!
Hall a year ago
Perfect I would make again
Monica 2 years ago
Great, the flakes of red pepper made it more flavorful
Legault 2 years ago
They were good, but since the ratio of chilli flakes to beans was off the chilli over-powered the dish.
Cindy McGuire 2 years ago
I used frozen green beans and cooked them just a little before sautéing in the olive oil and garlic (my husband is from the south and won’t eat green beans al dente) I did not have pepper flakes but used Old Bay seasoning figuring it had a little zing that was close to pepper flakes DELICIOUS! My husband and son actually ate their green beans without argument if I were to make it for just me I would follow the recipe more exactly as I love al dente green beans very good flavor and easy to fix thanks for new favorite recipe
Thomas Pettersen 2 years ago
A bit spicy....made it with two tablespoons of chili 😱
Hey Bitch 2 years ago
These were simple to make and were delicious. I think it just needs more flavor and the green beans were a little too crunchy, but it was great overall and I will make them again.
Charlize Taylor 2 years ago
I didn’t have chili flakes so I used southwest chipotle seasoning and it’s amazong
Tiffany Taylor 2 years ago
Pretty good! Don't over cook the garlic. I looked on medium heat then turned it down to simmer until desired texture
rodriguez 2 years ago
Really yummy, would definitely keep making this
B-squared 2 years ago
These could have used more salt. I added more garlic and added a little water at he bottom of the skillet to create more of a steam. I would make these again but I'd add my own twist to it.
Kevin 2 years ago
The chili flakes were a little overpowering. These were fairly spicy green beans when expecting it to be more of a garlic sauté flavor. I really enjoyed the flavor though.
Jane Richards 2 years ago
I started to burn the garlic so I added water to the beans and let that simmer out. Might add some alternative seasonings next time.
Sliwa 3 years ago
Nice way to eat beans. I used to have them with garlic only, but the chili definitely added something here.
MasterJake 3 years ago
I eat these beans 3 times a day! brilliant and simple recipe! Just make sure you dont burn the garlic.
Ciara Taylor 3 years ago
So good as a side or the main meal, and super easy to make! My boyfriend loves this because he loves garlic, adding steak spice also makes them good too but a bit salty compared to the normal one.
Lora Massegee 3 years ago
This was awesome! My dad, who never eats greens, loved them! The whole family love them. I will be fixing them again.
M B. 3 years ago
Used cayenne rather than chilli flakes; stainless steel pan cause garlic to burn, will use non stick in the future.