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ChossidMom









  


Post  Sun, Nov 27 2011, 12:25 pm
Place a bunch of frozen green beans in a pan.
Drizzle olive oil over them.
Salt them.
Bake for as long as you like - as long as they don't dry out.

Eat.
Yummmmmmmmm. As good as fries. Honest.
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saralea









  


Post  Sun, Nov 27 2011, 1:12 pm
Thanks so much! I really need easy vege recipes! gonna try it tonight. How long does it usually take to bake?
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life'sgreat









  


Post  Sun, Nov 27 2011, 1:25 pm
My favorite green beans - raw. Snap 'em and eat 'em.

But I love all green beans. I'll be making these.
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ChossidMom









  


Post  Sun, Nov 27 2011, 1:31 pm
saralea wrote:
Thanks so much! I really need easy vege recipes! gonna try it tonight. How long does it usually take to bake?


I dunno. Maybe 30-40 minutes. I always forget and let them burn Confused

LG, we don't really get fresh beans here and if we do they are super expensive and somehow, not as good as the ones in the good ol' USA. I used to love fresh beans and peas as a kid.
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greeneyes









  


Post  Sun, Nov 27 2011, 2:34 pm
I make this using fresh green beans. It's delicious.
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MMCH









  


Post  Sun, Nov 27 2011, 5:56 pm
I have a couple:
1)short on time, the french string beans with garlic and almonds..yummm
2)kbd the green one, with the fried shallots (hardly make that one thgh)
3)and all time family fav..blanch string beans, in a seperate put bring teriyaki sauce, a little oil and sugar to a boil. Pour over, voila.
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mosma









  


Post  Sun, Nov 27 2011, 7:41 pm
my favorite green beans:
blanch (boil for 4 minutes in boiling water, plunge into ice water)
then I saute minced garlic and ginger (I just use the frozen cubes), mix in the green beans and some salt and pepper.
voila! done!
always a hit.
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LiLIsraeli









  


Post  Tue, Nov 29 2011, 10:19 pm
ChossidMom wrote:
Place a bunch of frozen green beans in a pan.
Drizzle olive oil over them.
Salt them.
Bake for as long as you like - as long as they don't dry out.

Eat.
Yummmmmmmmm. As good as fries. Honest.


I made these tonight - drizzled with olive oil, added salt, black pepper and garlic powder. My DH, 2 toddlers, and 2 teenage nephews loved them! (And so did I!)
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flowerpower









  


Post  Tue, Nov 29 2011, 10:32 pm
I will try them one night. Thanks!
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Monsey Mom









  


Post  Wed, Nov 30 2011, 10:09 pm
ChossidMom wrote:
Place a bunch of frozen green beans in a pan.
Drizzle olive oil over them.
Salt them.
Bake for as long as you like - as long as they don't dry out.

Eat.
Yummmmmmmmm. As good as fries. Honest.


I made these tonight-thanks. But...I went out to PTA and forgot about them in the oven Sad

They were still actually quite good, and I could see how ,not burnt, they'd be great.

What kind of frozen beans-regular or french cut or does it matter?

Thanks again.
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ChossidMom









  


Post  Thu, Dec 01 2011, 3:46 am
I make it with whatever beans I buy. They're all great, including cut beans.
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youngmum









  


Post  Thu, Dec 01 2011, 4:06 am
Ok so string beans are a very frequent visitor to my table too.
They are so good and versatile and there are so many things you can do with them.
I actually do it in a pot, similar to chossidmom, only I sautee onions and then add the string beans.
I add garlic powder and b.pepper and salt before serving.

I have a real winner tho..... Last time I made these I accidentally got too excited with the spices and it needed something to balance it out. So I added crumbled up crackers.
Oooh were they delicious.
I do think I'll try doing it in the oven next time (tonight )it's probably a lot quicker..
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Lizajen









  


Post  Fri, Feb 10 2017, 12:08 pm
I want to try the quick east frozen green bean recipe. What temp and how long in the oven? Thanx
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Squishy









  


Post  Fri, Feb 10 2017, 12:22 pm
Blanch in salted water for a minute and a half.

Ice bath

Heat half olive oil and half butter substitute in a pan. Add chopped garlic. Cook two minutes. Add the drained green beans back in and heat. S & P

I just made these. I took the recipe from the NY Times.
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queenert









  


Post  Sat, Feb 11 2017, 3:01 pm
ChossidMom wrote:
Place a bunch of frozen green beans in a pan.


You start them frozen or defrost them? If defrosted, do they need to be dry?
And I'm assuming uncovered, right?

Thanks!
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cbg









  


Post  Sat, Feb 11 2017, 11:19 pm
1 lb greenbeans
1tsp oil
Kosher Salt
Fresh minced garlic

Mix the fresh greenbeans with oil and salt.
Put a frying pan on very high heat.
When the pan is very hot put the green beans in.
as flat and spread out as possible.
DONT TOUCH FOR 3 Min.
Stir
Don't touch for 3 min.
Shut the fire, add chopped garlic.
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yummy2smiles









  


Post  Fri, Aug 11 2017, 10:17 am
Do you defrost green beans first or straight from freezer?
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Simple1









  


Post  Fri, Aug 11 2017, 12:02 pm
Don't know about the recipes here, but I cook them straight from the freezer.
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