Recipe by Kraft Foods
"An easy and delicious salad recipe."
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fresh green beans, cut into 2 inch pieces
prepared GOOD SEASONS Italian Salad Dressing Mix
red onion, coarsely chopped
1 (4 ounce) can
pitted ripe olives, drained, sliced
KRAFT Blue Cheese Crumbles
If you like blue cheese, this recipe is INCREDIBLE. I cook the green beans in the microwave, and the entire preparation, cooking, everything, takes 10 minutes or so. Believe me, if you love blue cheese like I love blue cheese, you owe it to yourself to make this recipe!
Used this recipe for Thanksgiving....No one went wild about it and we had lots left over.
Wont make again.
I am give it 4**** but it was more like 3 1/2 . Mom siad it was 4* but dad said it was more like a 3 1/2 *. I think it was 3 1/2. they was about this combo for that was a litte but I can not put my figer on it . I think balasmic vinaigrette probably worked better than an Italian.
This is a different yet very simple side dish. I love blue cheese, and it really makes this dish taste great. I'll definitely make again.
This is a really neat combination of flavors. I made it for a potluck. I put the dressing on the beans and onions, added the cheese just before leaving for the party, and the toasted pecans just before serving. Excellent when fresh and leftovers were tasty too.
served for thanksgiving - left out the red onion still delicious
This is a great salad! I use a little less blue cheese to cut the calories a little bit and mix the salad dressing using the lower fat recipe. I love to keep this in the refrigerator to snack on.
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