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I wasn't really sure about this. I'm not use to the flavor of thyme. Also, I think I might have put to much in, so I added a little more milk. After adding the sauce to the potatoes and beans, it kind of mellowed out. DH gave it 4 stars.
Very good recipe. I used half the thyme. Will make again. Thanks for posting.
Everyone loved this! Delicious! Omitted thyme as we don't like it. This is a keeper. Thanks MizzNezz.
Very good! I used fresh green beans from my garden, whole wheat flour and Smart Balance 50/50 blend. Will make again.
If you like thyme, then add the thyme! If you don't like thyme, like me, then please leave it out and try another herb that you do like. This recipe is basically potatoes and green beans with white gravy, which I liked!! I made this with just a pinch of thyme and thought that was enough for flavor. I also added some vegetable bouillon to the gravy mix for flavor, along with some powdered garlic. Decent side dish for dinner.
This is a quick and easy recipe, also very tasty! I used 2 Tbsp shortening, since I didn't have butter, and I made the dish with white beans (it's what I had)- still delicious. I'd use a little less salt, but the amount of thyme was good. Thanks for posting!
I just made this and loved it! Due to the previous reviews, I used 1/2 tsp of thyme and it was delicious. I also used fresh green beans and they worked well.
I made this exactly as stated. It had too much thyme, overwhelming so for DH, but otherwise it was a really good side dish. Would definitely make it again and just cut the thyme back to 3/8 or 1/4 tsp. Thanks.
Excellent side dish. Can be made without the thyme or using canned green beans instead.