The perfect recipe for French Green Beans that are buttery and nutty, with a hint of lemon and garlic for some extra tasty goodness!
Haricots Verts Amandine (French-Style Green Beans With Almonds) – Green Beans Amandine or Green Beans Almondine or string beans, snap beans – who knew green beans could be so confusing. If you buy canned green beans you get French or cut green beans.
Well that’s if your a fan of canned green beans. They do come in handy if you need a quick side for a meal, but not something you probably want to serve your guests at a holiday dinner. I think you probably lose a lot of nutritional value in canned as well, and there’s a lot of good nutrition in fresh green beans. Did you know they’re packed full of fiber and considered some of the best high-antioxidant foods?
In my opinion there’s nothing that can compare to fresh green beans, even the frozen ones aren’t as good as fresh. The texture is just not as good, they either get rubbery or mushy. Anyway I’m all about bringing out the flavor, so no matter what you want to call them I call these yummy French Green Beans buttery, nutty with a hint of lemon and garlic for some extra tasty goodness!
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