November 06, 2011

Roasted Dijon Garlic Green Beans

This recipe below is honestly one of my all time favorite go-to recipes. I found it in college and have been making it every month or so for about 4 years. I can make a pound of these and devour them in one serving if I let myself!

Recently, I was sent some Dorot herbs to review on my blog.  They are frozen herbs that are frozen into tiny blocks so that you can create fresh and flavorful meals with them.  Each little cube equals 1 tsp. of herbs. For my review, I was sent the garlic, ginger, cilantro, parsley, and chili. I decided to make my favorite green bean recipe by using the Dorot garlic. Typically, I just use garlic powder but this really gave it a great fresh garlic flavor.


Dijon Garlic Roasted Green Beans
1 lb green beans (I used Haricot Verts)
2 tablespoons olive oil
3 cubes Dorot garlic (or other garlic would work too)
2 tablespoons red wine vinegar
1 tablespoon dijon mustard
1 teaspoon black pepper
1 1/2 teaspoons onion powder

1. Toss clean green beans with olive oil and roast at 375 degrees for 15-20 minutes until green beans are cooked but still a bit crispy.
2. Meanwhile, mix together garlic, vinegar, dijon mustard, black pepper, and onion powder.
3. When beans are done, toss them with the vinegar mixture.
**You can serve immediately or these are even better the following day once they have time to marinate.
**Also, if you have fresh dill on hand, these are incredible tossed in chopped dill.

The Dorot garlic definitely improved the flavor of the green beans compared to my typical recipe. I love the convenience of the Dorot herbs and can't wait to be able to add fresh frozen herbs to my food throughout the winter.

Disclosure: I was provided free Dorot herbs to review on my blog. Recipe and opinions are all my own.

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  1. I read about these in my mail this morning, they really look & sound tasty, I think we would enjoy them. Thank You for the recipe.

  2. I will have to try these...
    Came by to see you on the Sunday Funday Hop... :-)
    Following GFC

  3. Love fresh green beans. So much better than the canned stuff. Thanks for the great recipe.

  4. I followed you on GFC and liked on facebook on Blogitforward Tuesday!

  5. This sounds so delicious!!! I'm a GFC follower stopping by from the Blog It Forward Tuesday Hop! I would love for you to stop by and visit my blog,!



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