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No one in my family cares for vegetables so when I came across a recipe for cold green beans I had to try it. Follow the recipe (I omit the hard boiled egg)and be sure to measure the ingredients (I've done it both ways and there was a huge difference in flavor). Everyone including my preschoolers and 1 year old ask for second helpings of this dish - it's become a family favorite! By the way frozen beans don't yield the same results - canned ones are best.
Last summer we were tired of the usual salads so I went on a hunt for something different. Well this recipe has become a favorite and we even enjoyed it throughout the rest of the year. Two things I learned through experimentation: 1 - I use less mayonaise than the recipe calls for. 2 - Try this recipe with steamed fresh green bean - awsome!
Very yummy I made a double batch of beans and a single recipe of the dressing. The lemon juice adds a nice tang but don't use more than the recipe calls for. Will make this one a part of my summer recipe collection.
I saw this recipe and tried it because my boyfriend loves horseradish sauce and i was bored with plain old vegetables. I left out lemon juice though. And used french style green beans. It was different but good. Next time though I may use less mayo and more horseradish sauce. I think I would try this recipe again. We enjoyed it. If you are looking for something different this is it! Give it a try....