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When green beans are fresh, it’s hard not to grab handfuls out of the bag as soon as you get home from the market.
They’re so crisp and flavorful all on their own (and dipped in hummus).
To turn them into a side dish for dinner, though, we love this simple approach. It’s just a few light, delicious ingredients enhance (and don’t take away from) the stringy beans’ fresh flavor.
WHY WE LOVE THIS RECIPE
Garlic, olive oil, and sea salt are healthy cooking’s dynamic trio. They’re nutrient-rich and essentially make any food delicious. That’s true here when added to green beans, which are a great source of many vitamins, iron, and magnesium.