By JackieOhNo! on June 05, 2008
Photo by AZPARZYCH
Photo by AZPARZYCH
"This dish is a wonderful accompaniment to juicy steakhouse-style steaks. Even better, you can also serve the caramelized onions as another tasty topping for your steaks!"
Serving Size: 1 (153 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"We used our own canned green beans so we just had to heat them up. I cut the brown sugar in half. I can't wait to try this with fresh green beans this summer."
"These green beans were really good and the cajon seasoning gave them great flavor!! The only change I made was to steam the green beans rather than boil them. Will be making these again and again, I love fresh green beans so always looking for great recipes! Made for I Recommend Tag."
"I steamed the green beans and omitted the salt. This is delicious. Thanks Jackie :) Made for I recommend tag game"
"Wonderful! :) Thank you for posting recipe :)"
"These were absolutely delicious!! We always enjoy fresh green beans fixed different ways, but this recipe is extra good. We even had cajun seasoning! Next time, I think I'll add an additional onion and seasonings because they tasted so good with the beans. Thank you very much for posting this."
"Yummy!! I love the wee bit of sweetness the brown sugar gives to the onions and beans. I cut the recipe in half and used frozen haricot verts beans and it worked out perfectly. Made for Holiday Tag 2009."
"All I have to say is "wonderful dish". I used Chesapeake Bay Seasoning for the cajun seasoning and it worked out great. I won't add much salt next time as they were just a bit salty for us. This is definitely a 'keeper'. Thanks for sharing!"
"Now I have to get more green beans........ate them all last night! Forgot I was going to use Old Bay so used no seasoning at all. Oh well, still tasted great. Thanks Jackie."
"Had fresh picked beans from the garden, just a tad past their prime. Prepared according to recipe, except I subbed Old Bay for cajun seasoning --( what I had). Steamed the beans for about 10 minutes, then added to the onions (and a small shallot) -- then added just a splash of balsamic at the end. Was very tasty, and will do this again. Thanks for posting, Jackie."
"This is a great change for just regular green beans. Went real well with the chicken and potatoes we had for lunch.. They were nicely seasoned and delicious. Made for 1-2-3 hit wonders."
"Great change for plain green beans. I did as you suggested, I used part of the onions for the beans and the other half on top of a grilled ribeye steak, hmmmm!! I had to sub canned french style green beans, as what I had on hand, which was less than the 1 1/2 lbs, so I decreased the rest of the ingredients by half. Thanks for sharing this recipe Jackie!! Made for 123 Tag."
"This was great! An easy step up from plain steamed green beans."
"Wonderful recipe! The only thing I did different was to boil the green beans in 3 cups water that had 2 chicken bouillon cubes dissolved in it. The rest I followed exactly and the onions were so sweet and beautifully golden colored; while the beans were crisp tender and buttery. Definitelly a keeper for us. Thanks for a great recipe!"