Green Bean Bundles

Green Bean Bundles

"I found this recipe in a rural newspaper years ago and have made it often. The bean bundles are excellent with chicken or beef. Sometimes I'll arrange them around a mound of wild rice to make an appetizing side dish."
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25 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Cook the beans until crisp-tender. Wrap about 15 beans in each bacon strip; secure with a toothpick. Place on a foil-covered baking sheet. Bake at 400 degrees F for 10-15 minutes or until bacon is done. In a skillet, saute onion in butter until tender. Add vinegar, sugar and salt; heat through. Remove bundles to a serving bowl or platter; pour sauce over and serve immediately.

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First, the presentation is superb w/this! I want to love it, but it just wasn't quite right, I think because I didn't quite get "crisp tender". I think I would like it a little more if the bea...

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They looked pretty but just tasted so-so.

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First, the presentation is superb w/this! I want to love it, but it just wasn't quite right, I think because I didn't quite get "crisp tender". I think I would like it a little more if the bea...

These were sooo good. I cut back on the sugar, and, like another reviewer notes, fifteen beans per bundle is way too many - I made mine with about five. Depending on the thickness of the bacon, ...

I didn't end up making this as a bundle. I followed the recipe & then added my bacon as crumbles. My husband loves these beans!! Will make them often for him.

This is a favorite holiday recipe for my family. Granted I don't go to all the work of making bundles and finishing in the oven. I just blanch the green beans, make the dressing (I add a little ...

I made these for Thanksgiving and they were great. The sauce really is the best part! I did not cook the beans long enough though, so they were very crunchy. Next time will need to cook them ...

Excellent! I did not do the bundles because I thought it would take too much time. I used bacon crumbles and red wine vinegar (used butter instead of drippings). Mixed the bacon crumbles with...

This was delicious. I sauted my onions in stock to cut back on the calories and then added in everything else.. the green beans,sauted just a little bit. Then I wrapped everything up and roasted...

These are my favorite green bean bundles. They are so easy and delicious. I make up the bean bundles early in the day and cover them. When I'm ready to use them, I bake as directed and make t...

Invited to Thanksgiving party and asked to bring the green beans-boring! Until I found this recipe-what a hit! Delicious and will definitely make again! Followed recipe as is and will do it agai...

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