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Mermer's String/Green Beans Casserole

This is another recipe from my great Aunt Irma.... When I found this in my recipe box and prepared it for my family, they couldn't believe how good it was. It is a weird combination of ingredients, but it really tastes good.

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  • In a 13 X 9 casserole dish, place the beans.
  • Sprinkle the beans with garlic salt.
  • Mix the sour cream with the soup and pour over the green beans.
  • Mix the sour cream mixture in with the beans.
  • Place cubes of Velveeta over the bean mixture.
  • In a microwave safe bowl, melt the butter in the microwave.
  • Put the cracker crumbs into the butter and coat well.
  • Put the buttered cracker crumbs on top of the cubed cheese layer.
  • Bake, uncovered, for 30 minutes at 350 degree.
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"This is another recipe from my great Aunt Irma.... When I found this in my recipe box and prepared it for my family, they couldn't believe how good it was. It is a weird combination of ingredients, but it really tastes good."
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  1. Chef Jeff Garland
    I thought I would give this a try for a different green bean casserole for Thanksgiving. I am glad I did! Outstanding!
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  2. Deely
    I'm here to tell you this recipe converts wonderfully to a lower fat version. I used low fat sour cream, 2% velveeta, Healthy Request cream of mushroom soup and omitted the butter and crackers. It was so good, I was eating it for breakfast the next day! Thanks SherryBeth. This one's definitely going into my favs book.
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  3. conniea59
    Bless great aunt Irma! Made this for Thanksgiving dinner and it was a hit. Imagine string beans getting raves. I added a few slices of crisp bacon and it is a definite keeper. Thanks Sherrybeth for such a change!
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  4. Sherrybeth
    This is another recipe from my great Aunt Irma.... When I found this in my recipe box and prepared it for my family, they couldn't believe how good it was. It is a weird combination of ingredients, but it really tastes good.
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