Green Beans with Dill

  • Prep Time: 0 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Servings: 4
  • Ingredients

  • 9ouncescut green beans, frozen(1pk)
  • 1/3 cupwater, boiling
  • 1beef bouillon cube
  • 1teaspoon dill weed or 1teaspoondill seed
  • 2tablespoonsbutter
  • Directions

  • Place frozen green beans in saucepan with boiling water, bouillon cube, and dill.
  • Cover; bring to a boil.
  • Separate beans with a fork, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes or until tender.
  • Drain.
  • Stir in butter and serve.
  • Reviews

    These beans were really good, ended up having to make more for dinner because they were picked away within minutes! I made just as written but also added a little white pepper to the second batch, this was really good too.
    Make sure you use fresh dill, it makes a big difference!”

  • “These green beans were delicious.I am always looking for new ways to make greenbeans, because they are my boys favorite veggie.Thanks for sharing this recipe, I will definatley be making these again.”

  • “WOW! I loved this recipe! I used fresh blue lake beans from my garden and fresh dill weed. Unfortunately the photos I took came out fuzzy so I’ll just have to cook them again! LOL! I served it with corn pudding and BBQ chicken.Thanks for posting!”

  • “This has become a regular favorite – easy and tasty. Often served as a side to my German Sausage Fry #211294”

  • “I usually like dill added into recipes, but just wasn’t sure about this one.The bouillon cube made the beans too salty.The subtle dill flavor was alright, but I didn’t really care for this combination.”

  • “Yum yum! I have yet to be disappointed in your side dishes truebrit! I used dill seed instead of dill weed and will try that next time. My 3 yr old normally hates green beans but he liked these so I will definitely be making it again. Thanks! “

  • “If you frequent the same rut as I do concerning vegies, this is the recipe to try.It is so simple and the flavor is light and delicate and will not overpower your meal.Its simplicity beats out my usual vegies – a little S&P, butter, maybe some minced onion or a little garlic.Try it – you won’t be disappointed.Thanks Truebrit for sharing with our chef community.”

  • “I needed to use up some fresh dill I had and found this recipe. I used fresh green beans instead of frozen. Then I added 1 cup sliced baby portabella mushrooms and increased water to 1/2 cup. This was great – my b/f ate most of them and is requesting more.”