Recipe by Amanda Philpot
"These Southern-style, crispy fried green beans are sure to become your favorite appetizer in no time. My family and friends BEG me to make them!"
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buttermilk ranch dressing
peeled, seeded, and finely chopped cucumber
1 1/2 teaspoons
fresh green beans, trimmed
egg, lightly beaten
dry bread crumbs
ground black pepper
vegetable oil for frying
I've made these twice now. First time as written but then made a few changes for the better. I didn't add the tablespoon milk to the dip, didn't need it. I did use the wasabi powder but only used 1/2 teaspoon. For the green beans I cooked them in water instead of vegetable broth. I cut down on the salt to 1/2 teaspoon and 1/4 pepper. The most important change I made was I used panko bread crumbs and it made these extra crispy.
green beans turned out awesome . i made these for new years and the beans were a hit ... i didn't really like the sauce. i made double the green beans but i wouldn't recommend doubling the sauce we had plenty and a ton left over. also with the sauce i wouldn't use the wasabi powder it gives the dip a funny taste. i would use wasabi paste or mayonnaise. we ended up using a little more horse radish too. other then that it was good.
Excellent! I tried these for the first time at TGIFridays and wondered if I could find a comparable recipe on this site... I found one that's even better! Thanks for the great recipe!
Used a horseradish/wasabi sauce, otherwise followed as directed and it turned out fantastic!
Used this sauce with the recipe of Green Bean Fries also on this site. It is a similar way to prepare the green beans without having to use up 4 cups of chicken broth. In the sauce I almost doubled the amount of cucumber and added a pinch of black pepper.
This was a great hit with my son. Great way to get him to eat green beans.
I want to make these for my daughter who has always loved green beans but is getting a little tired of the same-old-same-old. I am wondering, has anyone used can green beans for this recipe? Thanks
The green beans are great, but this dipping sauce leaves a lot to be desired - no zing - very bland.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Crispy Green Beans with Horseradish-Wasabi Dip
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 332
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