Top Rated Haricot Vert Recipes

For those of us who don't cook fish on a regular basis (and when we do, tend to stick to basics like tuna or salmon), the prospect can be a little intimidating. But that is no excuse to shy away from experimenting with a fish that is outside of your comfort zone. Halibut is a lovely, flaky, mild white fish — a great base for bolder flavors. This recipe draws inspiration from Mediterranean flavors — sweet tomatoes, briny cured olives, fresh haricots vert, and tangy mustard vinaigrette. Healthy, easy weeknight dinner? Check. Check out more Healthy and Hearty Halibut Recipes.
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Grilled Nectarines
Crunchy green beans combined with earthy mushrooms and tangy Roquefort cheese for a flavorful salad with a bold presentation. Serve this as a prelude to an elegant steak or lobster dinner.
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Haricot Verts
A simple and refreshing salad from Luc Dimnet, executive chef at Brasserie in New York City, that is great to serve in the summer or as a part of a Bastille Day celebration.
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Creamy Grren Beans
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Is it possible to enjoy both crunchy and creamy textures in the same dish? It is when you cook with Hood sour cream. These creamy green beans are topped with French fried onion strips for a flavorful crunch you’ll wish you could sprinkle over every holiday plate. For more delicious seasonal recipes visit Hood.com.
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Salade Niҫoise
I love a good salade niҫoise because it's a little more meaty than a regular salad with delicious vegetables that really make it into a full meal!Recipe courtesy of Miami-based, award-winning cookbook author, nutritionist, and culinary instructor Robyn Webb, who's hosting this year's Wellness Week at Mexico's "Beyond All-Inclusive, Beyond All Compare" Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit.
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steelhead trout
This is a simple trout recipe featuring haricot verts and almonds.Recipe Credit: James Briscione, Institute of Culinary Education
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Liégeoise Salad
This warm salad of new potatoes, green beans, and endive, served topped with fried bacon, onions, and egg, is a Belgian specialty. Hearty and comforting, it's a complete meal in a bowl. Click here to see The Quintessential Café Cookbook.
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Instead of your traditional salad, try this bean salad. It's healthy and takes little to no time to make.  Click here for 15 Asian-Inspired Thanksgiving Recipes
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Niçoise Salad with Grilled Vegetables and Basil-Mustard Vinaigrette
When a salad graduates from an afterthought to a showpiece, chances are you’re talking Salade Niçoise. Packed with flavor, it’s a light but complete meal that also sticks to your ribs. It’s perhaps my favorite dish to have on hot days. Here I take the classic Provençal dish and serve it with grilled vegetables and a basil vinaigrette — all in celebration of summer’s exuberant flavors. On a side note, although my Niçoise is fishless, grilled tuna steak would be a great addition to it. See all tuna recipes.
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Green Beans Almondine
For me, the holidays aren't complete without green beans almondine. Still-warm haricots verts, the thin French beans, preferably frenched and cooked until crisp-tender, tossed with an aromatic oil and a garnish of crunchy, nutty toasted almonds. It's the ultimate comfort food for me.Green beans almondine is the perfect holiday party side dish. Forget the boxes you can buy at the market — you'll save money if you make your own. It's an easy and healthy side dish that is guaranteed to please even the pickiest of eaters!Click here to see Cozy Winter Meals. 
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Green Lake Casserole
The original version of this recipe is called Green Lake Chicken, and it was created by my mother in order to feed the large crowds of family that would be running around our family's camp up in Green Lake, Maine. Because I've gone vegetarian for a little while (for denominational reasons — not permanently), I created this meatless version of it. Hers uses cream of chicken soup and shredded chicken, and while the mushrooms and lentils weren't a part of hers, they may become part of my non-vegetarian version. Click here to see Casserole Recipe Redux
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Grilled Nectarines
This simple French inspired green bean recipe, adapted from Mrs. Beeton’s Book of Household Management, a frequently consulted guide on cooking and etiquette in England published in 1861, was a side dish served at dinner feasts during the Edwardian and Victorian periods.
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