|The Bean Harvest Cookbook|
|by Ashley Miller|
Long a favorite food for those interested in high-fiber, low-fat nutrition, beans are also an excellent source of protein.
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Combine green beans, soup, milk, ... 1/2 of the onions; gently stir ... substitute 18 ounces frozen cut green beans, thawed and drained. Serving Size: 6
Butter a casserole dish and layer green beans on bottom (1/2 ... and sour cream, onion powder and garlic ... grated cheese and onions. Bake in ... calling for condensed soup.
Spray your dish ... whatever brand. Put green beans in dish, spread ... good. Then put onion rings all over, ... use. Only have dish about 2-3 inches deep.
Cook beans according to package ... of half the onions. Add remaining beans, soup and onions. Bake at 350 degrees for about 30 minutes. Yield 6 to 8 servings.
Mix soy sauce, ... large saucepan. Add beans and simmer 5 ... stir fry for 1 minute. Serve hot. Best if used with fresh beans but frozen can be substituted.
Heat oil and ... 30 seconds. Add beans and toss into ... Serve hot. I often substitute immature shallots or Egyptian onions for the garlic, tops and all.
Stir together 3/4 ... be using. Sauté onions, mushrooms, almonds, ... Add bacon, drained green beans, croutons and French fried onions. Wipe inside ... oven just until melted.
In large pot ... salted water, cook green beans just until tender, ... mix, sprinkle with onions. Or put ... minutes. Sprinkle with fried onions at the ... favorite green bean casserole.
In small sauce ... the juice from green beans, and put ... with chedder french fried onions, and bake at 300 degrees until onions are slightly browned.
Preheat oven 350°F. ... the can of onions, 1/2 the ... 1/2 of the green beans. Bake for ... Bake for ten minutes. Let stand and cool for about 5-8 minutes.
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