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This made a nice change from the regular way I prepare green beans. I had whole frozen green beans on hand and used those after thawing them. They worked out fine. Thank you for sharing your recipe!
Ok, so my 1yr old is going through a phase where just about the only vegetable he will consume is green beans. Thank goodness I can count on Zaar to offer recipes such as this one to mix things up a little. I also normally use bacon fat in my beans, but haven't tried it this way before. Good and different, a blessing being that green beans might be a staple until this phase changes. Thanks for sharing this great recipe Kelly!
Wonderful and easy recipe. I always use bacon fat for my beans. It was the other ingredients that gave them such a kick and wonderful flavor. Thanks for posting.
I can't get fresh beans where I live..So, fixing these with canned beans was the answer for me. My son can't stand canned beans, but that's what is available. So this is the perfect answer. My son loved these done like this. I will repeat this VERY often. It was nice to have a new spin on boring canned beans!
These green beans were very tasty. I must admit that I used canned beans because I was in a hurry, but the flavor was good with just a hint of mustard.
Great! Like you stated Kelly M. the bacon fat makes a world of difference. I don't save bacon fat, so I used pre-cooked bacon, snipped it into tiny pieces and after the green beans were cooked added it to the remainder of the ingredients. This was delicious!. Highly recommend it to everyone. THANK YOU!