This turns a can of green beans into a side dish that is just delish!
I put my seasonings in the frying pan before I heat it, to keep the holes from clogging up. Then add the butter or margarine. Simply drain your can of beans and drop them in. Fry until they are a bit crispy and the seasonings have a little crackle to them.
I often add sliced almonds and sometimes some canned mushrooms.
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Source: My daughter Sabrina made a fresh green bean casserole for Christmas. It was amazing, as she pre-fried the beans and used half the soup. It was too good to let it go for just the holidays, so I just modified it. Now, I can't eat them any other way! They are so good and quick, too.
By Sandi/Poor But Proud from Lake Zurich, IL
My family LOVES green beans. I on the other hand wouldn't care if I never ate another - until I came up with this recipe! I LOVE these and my family eats them like ice cream!
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When my 12 year old nephew came to visit from Arkansas, he was trying to show me how to make "fried, or sautéed" green beans.