<html> <head> <body style="background-image: url(ricepaperbackground.gif);"> <title> Green Bean Casserole by Larry Andersen</title> </head> <META NAME="Author" CONTENT=" Larry Andersen "> <META NAME="Keys" CONTENT=" green bean, French-style, f\French fried onions, cream of mushroom soup, traditional, casserole "> <META NAME="description" CONTENT=" Traditional green bean casserole. " <!-- Picture and Recipe Title --> <table border="0"> <tr> <th rowspan="2"> <A href="greenbeancasserole1.jpg" Border="0"> <img src="greenbeancasserole1.jpg" Border="0" style="width: 320px; height: 240px;" Title="Click to enlarge - Green Bean Casserole ."></a> </th> <td width=320><center> <p><h1> Green Bean </h1></center></p> <p><center> <h1> Casserole </h1> </center></p> </td> </tr> <tr> <td> </center></td> </tr> </table> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=640> <p><i> Usually, I don t do brand-name recipes but there is no getting around it with this recipe. This is a recipe that has become a holiday and potluck-dish tradition in many homes. It really needs to be made more often. It seems that everyone enjoys it. Depending on which package or label you check, the recipe is just slightly different. I find this variation gives good, consistent results. I prefer the French-cut green beans to the whole green beans or the cut green beans. </i></p> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- Recipe Atributes. --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=320> Preparation: 1 hour 30 minutes </TD> <TD width=320> <i><b> Traditional </i></b> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD Width=320> Serves 4 to 8 persons </TD> <TD width=320> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- Ingredients Section. --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=320> <B>Ingredients:</B> </TD> <TD> </TD> </TR> <TR> <TD Width=320> <UL> <LI>1 10.75-ounce can condensed <i>Campbell s Cream of Mushroom Soup</i></LI> <LI>2 9-ounce packages of French-cut green beans, thawed</LI> </UL> </TD> <TD Width=320> <UL> <LI> cup milk</LI> <LI>Dash of fresh ground black pepper</LI> <LI>1 tablespoon soy sauce</LI> <LI>1 1/3 cups <i>French s French Fried Onions</i></LI> </UL> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- Procedure Section. Letter ASCII HTML alt + 146 &AElig; alt +0216 &Oslash; alt + 143 &Aring; alt + 153 alt + 145 &aelig; alt +0248 &oslash; alt + 134 &aring; alt + 148 alt + 0169 &copy; --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=650> <b>Procedure</b> <OL> <LI>Mix soup, milk, salt, pepper and 2/3 cup of the onions in a 1 -quart casserole dish <LI>Bake at 350F for 30 minutes or until hot and beans are soft. <LI>Stir. Sprinkle with the remaining onions. Bake an additional 5 minutes or until onions are browned and crisp. </OL> <B><P>Notes:</P></B> <P> The cooking time given, 30 minutes, is adequate for canned or frozen beans. For fresh beans from your garden, you will need to parboil your beans for 3 or 4 minutes or until almost fork tender.</P> <P>You may substitute 1/2 teaspoon salt for the soy sauce.</P> <P>May add 1 4-ounce can sliced mushrooms, drained, as desired.</P> <P>Add additional onions to the top of the casserole, as desired.</P> <P>Sliced almonds make a tasty additional garnish. Add during the last 5 minutes of cooking.</P> </TD> </TR> </table> <!-- decorative band --> <table border="0"> <TR> <TD Width=640> <center> <img src="pnikband.gif" Border="0" width="327" height="72"> </center> </TD> </TR> </table> <p></p> <A href="contents.htm">Return to Cookbook Contents Page</a> <address>Latest revision done September 2014</address> <img height="20" Title="Our visitors" hspace="4" width="60" align="middle" vspace="2" border="0" src="http://counter.digits.net/wc/-d/4/JanisGardensCookbook" /> <a href="http://www.digits.net/">Counter courtesy of WebCounter</a> <p> <a href="https://www.aplus.net/">Hosted by <b>aplus.net</b></a> </p> </body> </html>