"Just plain green beans that taste great." — Denise Godfrey
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2 (15 ounce) cans
beef bouillon cube
garlic pepper seasoning
I thought that these were okay, I drained them before serving, and they went over well with the true test, "picky girl", she liked them, a lot. I think that I would 1/2 the soy & Worcestershire sauces next time. Don't add any salt, as they have plenty as it is. Thanks Denise ;)
We didn't really care for these. I added more seasonings, teriyaki sauce and even thickened the liquid with a bit of cornstarch but they were still flavorless. Sorry.
We like green beans, fresh, frozen & canned. I have made this several times using all three types. Each time someone asks me for the recipe. This is great for a pot luck dish. A nice twist for green beans.
just plain beans that taste great! couldn't have said it better myself. I substituted chicken bouillon for beef and used frozen green beans and they turned out great.
These just have a nice different flavor. The first time I made them I kept thinking I wish more of the flavor went through the beans. Well, the next time I made them, I put the beans in a shallow container, poured the liquid on, sealed and let them marinate in the refrigerator for several hours. Great flavor. One thing I did differently. I don't use bouillon cubes, so used a teaspoon of beef soup base instead.
Awesome green beans! The soy sauce made them a little salty though...
I've made this several times now and I LOVE it!!! The only change I made was using Dale's seasoning instead of Worchestershire sauce. I've also used this on purple hull peas and it turned out great!!! Thanks so much for the recipe it will be staple in my home for years to come! UPDATE: I use this recipe constantly and wanted to come back to say that if you're reading this you should definitely try it! It's great!
Awesome recipe! I was looking for something different to do with a can of green beans and I came across this recipe. I didn't have beef buillon so I just used a cube of chicken instead. Also, the sauce was a bit salty for me, so I added about 1 tsp of brown sugar to mellow out the salty flavor a little. It was SOOOOOO GOOOOOD! What a way to spruce up a can of beans! Who woulda thunk it!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Mom's Great Green Beans
Serving Size: 1/7 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 7
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 15
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