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Definitely a little time consuming having to dip each green bean. However, definitely worth it. I tried speeding up the process and doing a few at a time in the end and you could tell the difference. Great with Recipezaar Wasabi-Cucumber dip.

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Cantcook2saveme November 15, 2009

Well, thank you, Loves for providing a recipe for the overabundance of beans that I've grown this year. I've canned, frozen, cooked and am now happily adding this to my "Things One Can Do With Beans" list. Tomorrow I have to pick again and am going to attempt to get to the breaded stage and then freeze them so that I can fry them at a later date. Thanks so much for the post!!!!

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Upthecreek Paddles July 26, 2009

Wow! Could it be that my husband absolutely loves green beans!? Thank you for such a wonderful recipe. I didn't change a thing. Served it with some ranch dressing. Yummy!

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army07brat February 19, 2009

These were so good, they were gone before dinner. I doubled the recipe and 12 grown adults fought over them before we sat down. I did add some seasoning to spice them up, but a perfect recipe!

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echo2382 November 17, 2008

I first had these at TGIFridays and loved them so. I like to cook with olive oil for the mediteranean health benefit. Very easy to make.

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TAMIKAANDERSON4 September 14, 2007
Crispy Fried Green Beans