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Yes, yes, yes! These are delicious! I add more garlic mainly because we are addicted to it, and some dehydrated chopped onion. I also drain the cans of green beans and then add back about a cup of chicken broth or bouillion - and then cancel the salt. This is a wonderful way to get everyone in the family interested in eating their green beans!! Thanks so much!

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TJ-Montana May 21, 2009

I gave this five stars because my gosh, who would have thought these beans could be so simple and yet so good!<br/>I added a teaspoon of red wine vinegar to lift up the flavors. <br/>Thanks for posting!

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Bellablue September 15, 2014

For the 2 of us I used 1 can of green beans, chopped a slice of bacon and a couple of garlic cloves. The flavor was awesome. A wonderful fix for canned beans. This is one that I will make again.

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PaulaG March 05, 2013

The family thought this was great! Will definitely use again.

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zebulonap December 18, 2012

Awesome yummyness!

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twinkeejackbaby July 25, 2012

Definitely southern style. I've fixed them this way for years. Another variation is to use small chopped up bits of country ham (instead of bacon) and omit the salt because of the saltiness of the country ham. I generally use Allen's flat-style italian cut beans but just regular canned beans works well for this too.

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Sassy in da South April 25, 2010

Yum! I halved the recipe for just 2 of us and we devoured these beans. Simple and tasty. Thanks Soleilbb for sharing. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Tag.

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lazyme April 24, 2010
Southern Style Seasoned Green Beans (From Canned)