Ginger-Garlic Green Beans

"I have recently been looking for new green bean recipes. We love them but get tired of eating them the same way over and over. I found this on greenbeansnmore.com. You need a steaming apparatus for this recipe."
 
Ginger-Garlic Green Beans created by teresas
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  • Wash the beans, trim the ends, and cut into 2" pieces.
  • Arrange beans over vegetable steamer and place over boiling water. Cover and steam 5 minutes, until the green beans are tender crisp. Drain beans and set aside.
  • Heat vegetable oil over low heat. Add ginger and garlic and sauté 3 minutes ,or until tender. Add chicken stock, stir. Add beans, cook 4 minutes stirring occasionally.
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  1. AcadiaTwo
    I used asparagus beans which are mutant sized pole beans that can grow as long as 24 inches. I cut them in off the vine when they are about 12 inches in length, and then I cut them into 1 inch segments. This recipe had a tad too much ginger for me, but it was still very good.
     
  2. teresas
    Ginger-Garlic Green Beans Created by teresas
  3. teresas
    We totally enjoyed these green beans. I cut the recipe in half and left the beans whole. This is diffidently a different green bean dish. We really liked the crispness of the beans and the touch of ginger. Thanks for posting. :)
     
  4. littlemafia
    A nice change from the way we used to eat green beans. Ginger a bit overpowering too for me, next time I'll make it more Asian with some soy sauce. Used less liquid as I like them crunchy.
     
  5. Lori Mama
    Ginger-Garlic Green Beans Created by Lori Mama
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