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Green Beans and Tomatoes Italian

Green Beans and Tomatoes Italian recipe
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Deliciously smart, super-easy green beans with tomatoes and basil, drizzled with Italian dressing. Where have you bean all our lives?
time
prep:
10 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
6 servings, 3/4 cup each
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posted:
10/25/2005
I thought this was a very good recipe. I loved the taste except that I think I will use less Basil next time. I also added bacon bits and it was good. My 2 year old even ate this, he liked it. I will be making this again real soon!!!
posted:
10/11/2005
Wow this could not of been any easier! I steamed the green beans then tossed everything! I served this with the recipes: Easy skillet Feta Chicken and the creamy cauliflower. Great presentation and rave reviews from the dinner party!
posted:
8/16/2005
Very refreshing and beautiful salad to serve. I prepared it without basil and it tasted good too. The dressing complemented the green beans and tomatoes very well.
posted:
7/29/2005
I added almonds for some crunch. Loved it. jepb
posted:
7/28/2005
It was very good we enjoyed it.
posted:
7/8/2005
I added angel hair pasta it was great.
posted:
6/29/2005
it taste soo good
posted:
6/29/2005
I was brought up eating summer salad green beans, but this is the first time I've actually seen a recipe for them. Our family recipe was made with the green beans, olive oil, wine vinegar, thinly sliced garlic, sometimes a little red onion and salt and pepper to taste. For lunch, I used to like to make a "green bean sandwich" with this salad on crusty Italian bread. It was so delicious. I found the addition of tomatoes and ready made dressing interesting. I blanched the tomatoes, skinned them and seeded them before slicing. Next time, I might add red or yellow roasted peppers, julienned and sliced black olives. It's a great, versatile recipe for anytime, but particularly during the summer.
posted:
5/28/2005
I have made this several times and each time I get lots of compliments.... I also add fresh cut up motzorella- ( sp?) right before I serve the dish- A huge hit!
posted:
5/26/2005
So delicious and simple. You don't have to use Kraft dressing either, an Italian works
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