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Super simple and easy to prepare, enjoyed the soy sauce flavor. Used bacon bits and it was great. Made for ZWT6
We enjoyed these green beans! I don't care for onion so left it out, otherwise made as directed. With canned beans, soy sauce and bacon I found them a little salty, but still good. Thanks for sharing the recipe! Made for ZWT6, Zwizzle Chicks
These were so good! I used real bacon pieces, and jarred garlic, and must admit I didn't really measure much, just kind of eyeballed (and doubled the green beans for our family). This really jazzed them up. Thanks for sharing!
I made these tonight to go with Caramelized Baked Chicken Legs/Wings Caramelized Baked Chicken legs/wings. They were so good and went great with the chicken. The prep was so easy and turned a can of green beans into a dish that I could serve to guests and no one would know how easy it was. I know I will be making these a lot! Thank you.
This was a really good side dish, DH especially liked it. The bacon definitely makes it (I used low fat bacon pieces from Whole Foods). I used a shallot instead of the onion, and fresh green beans. After stir frying it, I added the soy sauce, turned it down to low, and covered it for 10 minutes -- and they were crisp tender. I used 2 tablespoon of soy sauce, and think next time I will use 1, with 1 tablespoon of lemon juice or wine.
It's amazing how dressed up these beans seem. And it was so simple to do. Thanks MIdwest Maven, fellow Chic Chef in Zaar World Tour 4. I will make this again and again.
These were absolutely wonderful! So easy and much needed when you have a bunch of other things all going at once! Next time though, I will add just a tad of brown sugar, but that's the only (personal) change I will make. LOVED using the soy sauce! Totally different than what I normally use! :) Made for the ZWT4
This is an awesome way to cook green beans! My husband said that he never wants green beans any other way. I used frozen green beans and adjusted slightly by cooking first just until barely warm. Thanks!!!
This is a yummy way to prepare green beans. I used frozen green beans and 1 T soy sauce. The bacon is a nice addition. Thanks Midwest Maven!