"Just plain green beans that taste great. Originally submitted to ThanksgivingRecipe.com. " — Denise Godfrey
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2 (15 ounce) cans
beef bouillon cube
garlic pepper seasoning
I was looking for something to add to my canned green beans that didn't overpower but gave good flavor! I'll be making this recipe again!
Super-easy twist to canned green beans. One of of my daughters, who hates canned green beans, actually liked these and wanted seconds. It didn't knock my socks off, but for sheer simplicity, I'm sure I'll prepare beans like this again when I'm short on time and need a tastier veggie side than plain beans.
My husband and I love this recipe. We have had them many many times for dinner so far and they have been great and tasty. The second time I added Real Bacon Bits and it went very well with the recipe. Now we don't ever have regular green beans anymore and we've gotten so use to making the recipe that we make it without measuring anything. My husband made these for Thanksgivings and our guests also loved them. This recipe has become a regular in our house.
quotes from those who have had these: "Better than Grandma's", "out of site", "awesome", "Did you cook these all day?"
Easy to make and tastes good. I used crushed garlic and pepper instead of garlic pepper and also added a pinch of salt. Thanks
This recipe is in here twice. Anyway, pretty good! A good low carb choice. Easy way to improve canned green beans. I used 1 t. beef bouillon granules.
The Wrchr sauce was a bit much for me, but my son loved it and ate most of it. I only had frozen french cut beans, so maybe if i had used the canned, the flavor would've been different for me. But great in a pinch.
Good but too much Worcestershire sauce. I will use half next time.
* 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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