Looking for everyones favorite recipes that include fresh green beans

Looking for everyone’s favorite recipes that include fresh green beans. I have s…

Looking for everyone’s favorite recipes that include fresh green beans. I have so many!



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33 thoughts on “Looking for everyone’s favorite recipes that include fresh green beans. I have s…”

  1. Can and or freeze them. Perfect for soups or sides in the colder days .
    Right now green bean salad is perfect .

  2. Blanch the green beans for about 3 minutes then Take a small bunch like 6 green beans wrap bacon around it. Secure with tooth pick. Place in baking pan. Mean time in small sauce pan put about 3 tbsp butter to 1/2 cup brown sugar, 2 garlic cloves minced. Stir to melt all together baste your greenbeans with the mixture. Bake at 350 until bacon crisp up. You can continue basting the beans and bacon every 15 minutes

  3. Stephanie Fincher

    Steam al dente, coat with butter in a frying pan, add egg yolks beaten with lemon juice, toss, and season. 1 lb beans, 2 yolks, 3 Tbls lemon juice–mostly eyeball amounts.

  4. Erica Pennekamp

    Arkansas green beans are what we make for thanks giving. It’s my husbands favorite.

    5 cups green beans
    10-12 slices of bacon
    ⅔ cup brown sugar
    ¼ cup butter, melted
    ¼ cup soy sauce
    2 tsp minced garlic

    Cook the bacon crispy then chop in pieces.

    Mix the brown sugar, sugar soy sauce and garlic together and pour over the green beans in a baking dish, and then top with the bacon.

    Bake in the oven 400 degrees. 35-40 minutes. If you cook your green beans first by steaming then bake for 20 minutes. It takes longer in the oven with fresh’ns. So cook until they are tender.

  5. Chickadee Aimee

    Wash, cut off ends. Blanch for 30 seconds and transfer and rinse with cold water for a couple minutes.

    Add FRESH chopped garlic, salt and pepper and red wine vinegar. Mix up, refrigerate over night.

    So good and refreshing!

  6. Tina Pritchard

    Lightly Boil/Steam Green Beans.Until Tender. SAUTE Slivered Almonds And Add To Drained Green Beans.

  7. Chop them them in small pieces and add to meatloaf we even take left over ones and smash them and add them into spaghetti sauce

  8. Czech recipe sweet and sour beans. Handed down from my Grandfather. Definitely not what you find on google.

  9. Sarah Ann Stricklin

    Bake them in the oven!

    I toss mine in olive oil (just enough to coat them all) and dry ranch mix. Place them on a foil line cookie sheet (or whatever pan you have) making sure they are all flat and not overlapping. Bake at 400 degrees. Honestly, I don’t know how long I bake them for. Just until they are your level of preferred done. I like mine on the kinda burnt side. Somehow they taste sweeter that way.

  10. Katherine Horton

    Blanche green beans. Roll in evoo, salt and pepper. Wrap in thin strip of bacon. Roast at 425 til crisp tender.

  11. Parboil them and put in freezer bags to enjoy this winter they taste just as fresh as the day you picked them

  12. Jeannie Bubier Negley

    Dilly beans are so easy to make! Dill, red pepper flakes, salt, garlic, & vinegar is all you need! I don’t even snap the ends. Just stand up as many as will fit in the jar & pour your liquid over them & water bath for 10 min!

  13. Candice Metzner

    Sauté onions and garlic with butter and olive oil add green beans sprinkle with good quality sea salt. Good just like this or can add grated fresh parm or grando

  14. Shantel Nelson

    Make green bean casserole and add ground beef top with mashed potatoes and shredded cheese and bake when almost done add french fried oinons

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