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Caramelized Green Beans with Pine Nuts

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Give sauteed green beans a buttery crunch with pine nuts.

Source: Everyday Food, March 2009
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Cook's Notes

It can take a lot of time to cut off the stem ends of green beans one by one. Instead, gather a small bunch, and remove several ends at once.

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  • optic747
    19 FEB, 2009
    I think I had the heat too high as my green beans got way more than "browned in spots". They were still tasty though next time I will turn the heat lower. Also didn't have pine nuts on hand and substituted sliced almonds.
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  • luv2praise
    19 FEB, 2009
    a simple and delicious recipe!!!! i used sliced almonds instead of pine nuts adding them after thirty minutes, they toasted nicely in about 5 min. this was a nice side dish for the baked haddock we had for dinner. i will definitely make this again.also used a stainless steel skillet which i think helped caramelize the beans
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  • luv2praise
    19 FEB, 2009
    a simple and delicious recipe!!!! i used sliced almonds instead of pine nuts adding them after thirty minutes, they toasted nicely in about 5 min. this was a nice side dish for the baked haddock we had for dinner. i will definitely make this again.also used a stainless steel skillet which i think helped caramelize the beans
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  • luv2praise
    19 FEB, 2009
    a simple and delicious recipe!!!! i used sliced almonds instead of pine nuts adding them after thirty minutes, they toasted nicely in about 5 min. this was a nice side dish for the baked haddock we had for dinner. i will definitely make this again.also used a stainless steel skillet which i think helped caramelize the beans
    Reply
  • luv2praise
    19 FEB, 2009
    a simple and delicious recipe!!!! i used sliced almonds instead of pine nuts adding them after thirty minutes, they toasted nicely in about 5 min. this was a nice side dish for the baked haddock we had for dinner. i will definitely make this again.also used a stainless steel skillet which i think helped caramelize the beans
    Reply
  • luv2praise
    19 FEB, 2009
    a simple and delicious recipe!!!! i used sliced almonds instead of pine nuts adding them after thirty minutes, they toasted nicely in about 5 min. this was a nice side dish for the baked haddock we had for dinner. i will definitely make this again.also used a stainless steel skillet which i think helped caramelize the beans
    Reply
  • lostcomma
    18 FEB, 2009
    From what I remember of the show your suppose to toast the pine nuts before then add the oil and butter and cook the beans.
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