Total Time
12hrs 20mins
Prep 12 hrs
Cook 20 mins

These beans make a lovely side dish, especially with pork or beef. Prep time includes marinating. This recipe is from River Road III Cookbook of Louisiana.


  1. Drain 1/2 the liquid from canned beans.
  2. Place beans, remaining 1/2 of liquid and garlic powder in a pan.
  3. Cook on medium heat for 20 minutes and drain.
  4. Combine margarine, wine, mustard and Worcestershire sauce and add to beans.
  5. Marinate in refrigerator 6 to 12 hours.
  6. Warm before serving.


Most Helpful

A wonderfull addition to our Thanksgiving dinner! Thanks Miss Annie, we really enjoyed the zestiness of the green beans combined with the Dejon, garlic and wine, great combination of flavours. I used fresh garlic, didn't have any garlic powder, 2 cloves smashed, it worked just fine. I served them just barely warm, slightly more than room temperature. They went over big time!! Thanks for sharing!!

Derf October 14, 2002

I love these beans! I barely heated these, just enough to warm them. Great flavor, the dijon really livens up the beans and the addition of the wine adds a unique flavor. Thanks for this recipe, another keeper!

Denise! October 04, 2003

Thanks Miss Annie!! I really liked this recipe! I served it cold and added just a touch more garlic. Yummy ; )

RecipeNut September 30, 2003

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