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Just made this for Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. :) I added a clove of garlic and used Monterrey jack cheese instead of Swiss. I also mixed half of the cheese in the casserole and used the other half to top the dish. I took a little bite (gotta make sure it's OK to serve the family!) and it was out of this world delicious. What a great holiday recipe! Thanks for sharing!
It was a nice change from the basic traditional green bean casserole. I had to broil the top to get the corn flakes crispy. The texture could have been creamier.
I think that this was a great recipe but very different than the original recipe with cream of mushroom. Everyone liked this but I think I would use a different cheese next time because the swiss flavor was very over powering. I will try this again and make my own adjustments.
This was an awesome recipe. I am used to the regular g.b. casserole with french fried onions, and am not a huge favorite of it. Also this year, I have an exchange student with Celiac's disease, which means no wheat, and so this was the best recipe. I only make 2 changes- I used mozzarella cheese instead of swiss, only because I didn't have swiss, but I think it still turned out great and I used 2 teaspoons of all-purpose gluten-free flour. Thanks for the awesome recipe!
A really nice change from the usual green bean casserole. We loved it!
Most of my family (including me) did not care for this at all. The sour cream was overpowering and did not go well with the green beans.
This was a good recipe that could be better with work. I too added garlic and sliced mushrooms when sauteeing the onion. I used 2 12 oz. bags of frozen thin green beans, microwaved them al dente, then finished the recipe. Next time, will add the cheese on top only, as there were hard spots in the casserole. Will also add french fried onions to the top only in the last 15 minutes or so, as they burned. Will try again and re-rate at a later date. Thank you Divinemom!
It was good and my guests enjoyed it. I didn't have corn flakes so I topped it with bread crumbs.
This is so yummy. This is the third year I am making it for Thanksgiving and I can't wait to eat it! I made some small changes, like other posters here, such as using frozen green beans, fried onions instead of corn flakes, and adding garlic powder. I always get rave reviews and people ask for the recipe. Thanks for posting!