This lovely French recipe makes a delicate and savory combination of the sharp, almost bitter flavor of oven-roasted green beans and the sweetness of tomatoes, merging it with garlic and spices.
Green beans, a little butter, some onion bits, and microwave for 9 minutes—then it's a party in your mouth!
Green beans—crisp, flavorful, available all year-round, and worthy of so much more than to be buried in creamed soup. Let me show you how to grow, cook, and enjoy them to their fullest.
Learning to can fresh green beans in a pressure canner is easy and can provide a nutritious side dish with no preservatives or additives.
These are the best green beans I've ever tasted: Fresh, delicious beans are simmered in chicken broth with new potatoes and onion slices. My in-laws request this dish for basically every family gathering—and my mother-in-law is a terrific country cook.
Here you'll find a step-by-step guide with photos that teaches you how to easily can and pickle garlic and dill green beans.