I am not a vegetable lover. That said, I do like to eat healthy and I know eating lots of veggies is a part of that. When I discovered roasting them I was amazed at how it changed the taste from simply being steamed or sauteed. Roasting Green Beans imparts a yummy slightly sweet and smokey taste that makes them pretty amazing.
Oven Roasted Green Beans (made from frozen) - I can't even begin to describe how much I loved these! So simple, yet so tasty. I didn't have onion powder, so I used onion salt and omitted the 1/2 tsp salt... I think I could eat these every day. They're THAT good! :)
Fresh or frozen green beans are transformed into a garlicky and tender side dish. Serve alongside Italian pasta dinners or a juicy steak. To make these sauteed green beans, you’ll only need 5 ingredients. Introducing… my all-time most-often cooked side dish: sauteed green beans. I make these at least once a week. They are probably my fiance’s...
A quick and delicious way to prepare frozen green beans! Pre-heat oven to 350, Toss a bag of frozen green beans in 2-3 Tablespoons of olive oil... Sprinkle with garlic salt (optional) spread green beans on a baking sheet and bake for 15 minutes... Delish!
CRACK GREEN BEANS Green beans, drained (note: you can substitute a similar amount of frozen green beans, about 4 (12-ounce) bags, thawed, or you can use fresh green beans, too) 12 slices bacon 2/3 cup brown sugar 1/4 cup butter, melted 7 teaspoons soy sauce 1 1/2 teaspoons garlic powder Put the drained beans in a 9x13 pan. Add the cooked bacon pieces. Mix the remaining ingredients ( the crack sauce). Pour over the beans and bake 40 minutes at 350. Toss and serve.
Great Food Photos: First Foods for Baby @LLJournalAust. With my first babies, I couldn't wean soon enough. With baby number four, I was happy to wait. How did you wean your babies? Tried and tested first foods for weaning babies. Foods that are nutritious