Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie diet
Very easy to make, and just delicious! I used less honey, about 1/2 cup, and a bit more of the ginger and garlic, and it still came out great. Something different to make with green beans, it's ...
Oh this was just a lovely dish. The ginger,soy sauce, honey and garlic all work well together giving the green beans an extra special flavor that just pops out loud. I only had a 1/2 cup of hone...
I am not sure that soya sayce is a good choice for a green vegetable. It resulted in mottling the color of the beans which I often rely upon for a bit of colour on a plate. I reduced the hone...
Great flavor! I'll try it again with frozen green beans for winter. I always keep ginger in the freezer, so everything will always be on hand.
I also cut the honey in half and I doubled the ginger & garlic. My husband & I loved it, but the kids were less enthusiastic.
I'm glad to have another way to dress up veggies. I only used 1/4 cup of honey and then squeezed a bit more on top of the beans while they were cooking. I probably would've liked them with a 1...
It was a bit too sweet with the recommended honey. Will try again with less honey.
My husband liked these & he is not really a veggie eater. He said "what is the sweet stuff?" I said "honey." Then he said " I like it!" I was surprised.
I used less honey and added extra garlic. Spooned that sauce over my greens beans when serving ea. Plate. Brought the beans to life. Definitely making again!