Country Green Beans Recipe
Fresh green beans are cooked with bacon, onion, and garlic for a delicious side dish.
Fresh green beans get extra heartiness from new potatoes, and extra flavor from bacon, onion, and white balsamic vinegar.
These green beans and potatoes are a spectacular dish. I have been making them for years in large quantities for special events at my church. The smoked turkey tails make an excellent broth that is seasoned beyond words. Let the meat cook until it falls off the bone for the ultimate flavor, at least 2 hours.
Chef John's Southern-style green beans make plenty of delicious juice that's just right for dipping corn bread into.
Five ingredients - canned green beans, bacon, sugar, salt and pepper - create this quick and easy side dish.
This recipe can also be cooked in a crock pot, and simmered all day. If fresh green beans are not available, use frozen. Just good ol' Southern style green beans with FLAVA!!
Canned green beans are cooked in their own liquid with chicken bouillon and fatback for extra seasoning in this old-time recipe for tender green beans.
We love green beans with bacon and onion. I did this recipe a little different though. Fry up the bacon, remove and drain all the grease from the pan except what clings to the pan. Add the onions and saute them in the little bit of bacon fat - add the garlic and cook for just a minute or two then add the green beans and the chicken broth. Use the broth to deglaze the bacon goodness from the bottom of the pan. Cover and cook until tender. Plate the green beans and sprinkle with the reserved bacon. (The juice from the green beans is excellent added to gravy if you are making gravy.) This way you save the calories from the butter and only mess up one pan.
Tired of green bean casserole? Try this fresh green bean dish that is worthy of the holidays!
These snappy, spicy, garlicky pickled green beans are tasty on a relish tray, nestled alongside a hot dog, or used as a stirrer for a Bloody Mary.