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Wrap 5 or 6 beans with half a bacon strip. Place side ... beans. Bake at 350°F for one hour or until bacon appears done. This makes a delicious appetizer.
Cut raw bacon strips in half. Roll 4 to 5 whole green beans in bacon. Continue ... degrees. Check in 30 minutes, serve. Delicious! A truly gourmet experience!
Cut bacon in half. Wrap 5 to 10 green beans in a piece ... until brown. Remove from cookie sheet to paper towels then onto a platter. Good and different.
Cut raw bacon strips in half. Roll 4-5 whole green beans in bacon. Continue ... degrees. Check in 30 minutes; serve. Delicious. A truly gourmet experience!
You also need toothpicks. Cut bacon in half. Wrap 1/2 piece of bacon around 5 to 8 green beans (depends on size ... 350°F for 30 minutes, uncovered.
Rinse scallops with ... towel. Cut each bacon slice crosswise in half; wrap each half around ... hot butter, cook green beans and 3/4 teaspoon ... Garnish. Makes 6 servings.
Partially cook the beans in salted water. ... or two. Then wrap a slice of bacon around an individual ... a very lovely presentation on a festive plate.
Wrap green beans in half dollar size bundles with bacon strip. Place in ... for 30 to 40 minutes at 350 degrees. Beans will shrink and bacon will be done.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Wrap 8 to 10 beans in 1/2 slices of bacon until all beans ... Pour over beans wrapped in bacon. Bake ... minutes to brown bacon.
Select approximately 64 young, tender, fresh green beans. Make a bundle of 8 beans and wrap with a strip of bacon. Continue this ... 8 bundles, each wrapped with bacon. Spray ... tender. Yield: 4 servings.
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