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Fresh Green Bean Casserole 1 1/2 pounds fresh green beans, ends trimmed and chopped into 1-inch pieces 2 teaspoons olive oil 8 ounces white or baby bella mushrooms, diced 6 cloves garlic, chopped 1 tablespoon thyme, dried. Pour the half-and-half into the pan with the mushrooms and stir to scrape the bacon flavor from the bottom of the pan. Simmer until thickened slightly, about 5 minutes. Directions. Place beans in a Dutch oven and cover with water; bring to a boil.

Cover and cook for 3-5 minutes or until crisp-tender; drain and set aside. • Bring a large pot of salted water to a boil and add green beans. Cook beans for 2–3 minutes, until bright green in color and tender crisp. Drain beans and pour into a large bowl of ice water to stop from cooking.

Drain again and set aside. This easy fresh green bean casserole recipe from Paula Deen is a side dish perfect for Thanksgiving. Ingredients include sliced green beans, breadcrumbs and. Instructions. Preheat the oven to 350°, and have ready a large pot of boiling water and a greased 9x13 casserole dish.

Carefully, add the prepared green beans to the pot of boiling water and allow them to cook for 5-7 minutes, just until al dente. Remove. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Spray a 1 1/2-quart baking dish with nonstick spray. Boil the green beans in the chicken broth for about 20 minutes, and then.

Stir the soup, milk, soy sauce, black pepper, beans and 2/3 cup onions in a 1 1/2-quart casserole. Step 2 Bake at 350°F. for 25 minutes or until the bean mixture is hot and bubbling. Stir the bean mixture. Sprinkle with the remaining onions.

Step 3 Bake for 5 minutes or until the onions are golden brown. fresh green beans, milk 2%, butter, flour, pepper, Gruyere cheese and 5 more Instant Pot Green Bean Casserole Un Entitled Life green bean, bacon, fresh green beans, fried onions, whole milk and 2 more. RECIPES. CONTACT.

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  • This is a beautiful updated version of the same old green bean casserole! It looks delicious. very interested video.
    Thanks a lot for share with us
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  • Why is the vile bastard Mini Mike Bloomberg advertising on here? It spoiled the entire video for me. He is an idiot with an IQ of 58…I am surprised that he can feed himself.

  • This recipe rocks. I’ve never made this before since my two boys were not veggie lovers as children, but now are grown and asked me to make it. So glad I found your recipe.
    Your little ones barely made any noise. Children are great as long as they aren’t loud in the kitchen, IMO. Thanks!

  • Thanks for shearing this recipe this will be my second time i will use ur recipe God’s Willing for this Thanksgiving Dinner ur Green beans at my table it’s delicious

  • That’s it! This is the recipe I will be following, after looking at many over recent weeks. I will give some thought to the lemon pepper. I will also look at some of your recipes. Your reason for background music…priceless! Happy holidays.

  • Love, love, love this recipe. I will make this because my mouth was watering watching you make this. I love the sound of children in the background too! Thank you!!!

  • I just got my string beans casserole in the oven thanks for shearing this tasty recipe while I say Happy Thanksgiving from my Family too urs.:)

  • This looks absolutely delicious. Not simple, but much better tasting.

    Why was American green bean casserole the assignment for a book club? What were they reading?

  • I bouggt all the canned items for the green bean casserole, but am rethinking it for this homemade recipe. I just might actually like it. Never liked the can version. You recipe looks delicious.

  • so happy you shared this recipe, I would have not tried to make homemade green bean casserole, one of our favorite recipes @ family dinners, now I have one to try that looks delicious, thank you!!

  • You did great on a very classic dish. I love seeing that HEB logo on the food you use, it takes me back home every time. Thank you G Mama.

  • Oh my goodness!! This is one of our favorite dishes!! And now making it loaded!!!..I am going to have to give this one a try. ������

  • I truly loved your baking dish, it is so beautiful. Of course now you have ruined my life forever, I will not us canned mushroom soup ever again, thanks. This is such a great recipe; I am interested in combining the chicken so I make and serve the dinner from one dish. I also, my add some toasted almonds to it all. I am trying to add a different flavor and increase the over all protein mix too. I hope you realized that you inspire me in my cooking, which I indebted to you forever. Still love your voice, the music and your womenhood!����

  • I look forward to making this Your way. It’s time for bed, and I’m starving!! Love your voice and all recipes your provide. Thank you so kindly! ����

  • Yum,yum. There are so many things one could do to this recipe or simply leave it alone. Surely making it this way instead of cream of mushroom soup, is so much better. Thanks.

  • Truthfully, I rather hear the kids in the background than music but that it’s just me, the recipe is awesome, thank you, keep them coming.

  • I wish I could be at your dinner table every night… You and your husband should open up a Mexican Korean restaurant I would fly from Colorado to Texas just to eat your food

  • Do you have a cook book out on the market? If not, I believe you should put one out there. You are a wonderful cook and certainly should be recognized as one. You are a beautiful lady with a wonderful voice with a talent for making video’s. I have enjoyed everyone I have watched and am looking forward to viewing more of them. Have a wonderful day young lady.

  • Given the fact that I’m low-carb diabetic, a GBC is a rare treat for me. You’ve definitely done some nice tweaks on the original recipe. It is something I’m going to make once the weather gets cooler. Thanks for this!

  • Thank you for the ORIGINAL green bean recipe! I’ve looked all over. Lost my copy! This is how I do it. I just couldn’t remember amts of ingredients.

  • You clinched this recipe for me when you added lemon pepper. Love it with green beans! I’ll definitely give this recipe a try thank you!

  • I have learned so much from you! You have a very pleasant voice too, lol. Thank you for sharing your awesome skills:) I’m definitely making this.

  • This would make a good side dish for Thanksgiving. You could probably make it the night before, and just refrigerate it, until you were ready the next day to bake it, right?

  • I love this dish. Plus your kids in the background doesn’t bother me. It’s real life real noises that you would hear in a working home kitchen. Thanks for sharing a real moment of life lol.

  • I’d much rather listen to the voices of wee little children than background music! Good tip on not salting the mushrooms I didn’t know that.

  • I like best that this doesn’t have ground beef. Beef prices are so high right now that it defeats the purpose of a casserole, which is meant to be simple and cheap.

  • Great recipe! We should call it dinner from a can! Mushrooms cream (from a can) milk from bottle, onions from a bag, the only fresh was the green beans! I need a recipe of green beans homemade!

  • I made this for my family… my very first thanks giving here in US. and they Love it! I followed all the instruction even the soy sauce worked very well, my very first try to cook this and succeeded thank you very much for sharing this:)

  • Wow! It would help to know MEASUREMENTS for the ingredients you used.  What does the soy sauce do? I didn’t see you greasing the baking casserole, would it need it? It seemed you cut the beans smaller than what they look on the outside of the casserole.  How much of what is important to know… The recipe seems simple… you could have several followers but without measurements would be difficult… Also, with the same mix we saw you work with you were able to fill a square casserole (or was it rectangular) and the individual ones?  I have an idea… perhaps someone tried that too… it would go for ‘taste’ as someone had a comment…. How about making a bed of crumbs…. and on the side too… though that is only good for the last 5 minutes… how could you have some fried onions on the sides, etc.  Truth be told I have NEVER ever made anything with green beans… don’t buy them, don’t eat them… but they are not as expensive as many other choices and possibly very typical…. I’m willing to add embellishments… but don’t want to be sorry with the final product… Is the flavor AMAZING?  Please, though, others have asked you before… would you include the measurements?  I’ve seen replies that say: measurements are included in the description… which description? Is there a written version? Not orally, you did not state that…
    Thanks,
    A moving-up-in-the-world-cook in the world of cooking.

  • Thank you so much for this video. You made it very easy and simple enough for an inexperienced cook to understand. I’m making this recipe for my family’s Thanksgiving. Wish me luck! Lol

  • I do one very similar to this that is a big hit, the difference is i don’t use mushrooms, and i add pan fried chopped up bacon to the mix.

  • Oh you actually Cooking cooking. Throwing cooked items in a baking dish is not cooking. I’ll try this but not fully loaded. Looks good.

  • My boss asked me to make a green bean casserole for our Christmas party this afternoon and I’ve been scrambling trying to find something that looks good. Looks like this is it. Thanks a bunch and Merry Christmas.

  • I have never tried the infamous green bean casserole and I don’t think I would like it. I like green beans plain…well with delicious seasonings if course…garlic, bacon, salt & pepper etc. BUT this really looks appealing to me and I never would have considered it without your video. Thank you! (I think I would probably add some mushrooms to it too!). Love mushrooms at my house. Thank you Vickie, again, for another great one! ������

  • I made this dish last year for thanksgiving and nothing was left of it. It was the best dish ever! Making the same one for this Thanksgiving but in bigger quantity because I want some leftovers for myself

  • O it looks so delicious Mrs. Vickie! Everything is so much better with loads of Cheese and bacon! Then those fried onions are the bomb. I’ve been saying I’m on the see food diet and I must confess if all those fried onions don’t go on that casserole then they will go in my belly as I wait on that beautiful casserole to finish in the oven. You look fabulous too! Love your sweater it’s got spangle’s! You wear it well! Hope you had a wonderful time. God Bless.

  • OMGolly…looks delish.sometimes I throw in fresh asparagus with the fresh green beans. I have to try your version. My son would never recover if he didn’t get green bean and asparagus casserole on Christmas, lol. Have a fabulous holiday, dear friend.

  • That green bean casserole recipe is the best I’ve seen yet! I normally don’t make the typical one because to me it’s nothing great. This one will be loaded with flavor! I’ll bet everyone at the party liked it. Thanks for sharing!

  • If you look very closely, the bread crumb mixture appears to turn into little clumps-and that’s exactly what happened. I’m not sure how she got these to come out looking toasted. Mine didn’t.

  • That sounds so awesome I am gonna have to try it!! My hubby hated veggies when we got married 38 yrs ago, I found that if I make casseroles he loves them. I never thought he would eat broccoli or squash and cauliflower is his favorite of all! TFS, Merry Christmas!!

  • Yum! Now this is a green bean casserole my family would love! Not a fan of the original at all! Thanks for sharing Vickie! Hope you and your family have a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! ❤️��

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  • I don’t really like green beans (I can’t do canned ones at all), but that looks really good and I’m certainly considering trying it.

  • Depending on what we’re eating and for whom, I do slightly different recipes. One is basically the classic version but it’s Alfredo sauce instead of the soup. Another one is with a buttermilk and cheese sauce. And the other is just sataed onions, mushrooms, and green beans with nutmeg and butter.

  • Thank you Glen for these wonderful videos. My wife and I made your make a head ham and cheese strata. We substituted the ham for the rotisserie chicken and it was great.

  • The long onions were a deal breaker. They should be chopped up into small cubes. Also, you needed to add a bit more flour. What you should have done is made the white sauce in a separate sauce pan with the proper amount of roux to adjust thickness and then transfer it to your pan. Good idea with the bacon, though. You are on to something with that.

  • That really looks fabulous. Of course, the US Thanksgiving is in a couple weeks and green bean casserole is a staple… although I have no plans at this time:)