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This was very good. The family really liked this recipe. I used cooked frozen green beans since I didn't have any fresh. I was looking for something different to make with green beans and this recipe fit the bill. Thanks Bergy!
We loved this recipe, thank you Bergy.
to me this mostly tasted like a normal green bean casserole, it was still good but nothing too special. i might add more soy sauce next time for something speical. but i really love green beans so it was still tasty.
Classic! This has been a staple of every Thanksgiving since I can remember! I've now started putting crumbled bacon in it and also have been leaving out the onions. I love them, but most of the people I cook for don't and have been put off so wouldn't eat it! Now that I've omitted them everyone loves it!! Thanks for posting this timeless recipe.
11/29/03 This is the best green bean casserole recipe. I've used it for years. The only difference is that I use 3 cans of green beans instead of 4, and add a can of sliced waterchestnuts. We love the crunch of the waterchestnuts. Update 10/21/07. Still a family favorite. DS asked for this dish at his birthday dinner.
Excellent green beans. I made as directed except added some mixed blend of cheese that I needed to use on top before adding the top layer of fried onions. Then cooked that for the recommended 5 minutes until the cheese was melted. Really good Bergy. Thanks