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Green Beans with Feta

Green Beans with Feta recipe
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Another awesome, easy recipe! I made this using frozen beans, and it was still awesome. Would definitely make it again.
posted by
WhitsEnd
on 4/21/2007
time
prep:
5 min
total:
17 min
servings
total:
9 servings, about 3/4 cup each
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posted:
7/19/2005
kraft greek vinaigette dressing was perfect with the feta , a new favorite in our house
posted:
7/2/2005
The cheese on this is way too much flavor. It really over powers the beans. It also just melts right in and is not pleasing to the eye or nose.
posted:
5/29/2005
Made this recipe for Easter dinner for my whole family. Everyone raved about it. It is diffinently a recipe I will be making again.
posted:
5/7/2005
Love it. So did the guests we had. I steamed the green beans and added mushrooms. It was a dish I would make again. Thanks
posted:
4/15/2005
My husband politely eats all new recipes that I try out for the two of us. He apologized when he simply could not finish his portion of the green beans. I agreed with him and I am one who loves all things soaked in vinagrettes of any kind. It seemed to have a sour taste, but maybe that was the intention. I am curious to see if this comment makes the list, thinking that only the positive reviews are printed. Don't worry, Kraft Kitchens, I love trying new recipes and I won't stop because of one bad experiment.
posted:
4/13/2005
very good. I used good seasoning dressing.
posted:
3/27/2005
I first made this recipe at home because I thought it would be easily adaptable for the soup kitchen in which I work. It was so good that I knew that I was going to make it for the Easter lunch. We normally serve around 400 to 500 people. I used frozen haricot verts (thawed and then briefly put in boiling salted water). I mixed the beans, onions, and salad dressing (Kraft Zesty Italian Dressing) and baked, covered until sufficient temperature was reached. Then I added the feta cheese, recovered, and returned to the oven for 15 minutes. It was amazing and got rave reviews from our guests (the homeless) as well as the volunteers. I am very grateful to you for this delicious recipe that I was able to share. I am looking forward to many more recipes such as this one to use at the soup kitchen. Thank you for this wonderful recipe.
posted:
3/17/2005
This was fantastic. I've made it twice in one week. Not only is it delicious hot, it makes a very nice cold salad. Can't wait to try it using green beans from my garden!
posted:
3/10/2005
My husband never really liked green beans, but this one passed the test. We loved the added zest.
posted:
3/9/2005
Another different idea on ways to make vegetables.... Very Good !
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