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Green Bean Recipes

Looking for recipes for green beans? Taste of Home has the best green bean recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

Green Bean Potato Bake

Green Bean Potato Bake

Green Bean Potato Bake

As a pastor's wife, I often cook up contributions to church dinners using on-hand ingredients. This creamy bake was such a hit, I now take it to family get-togethers as well. I make it up ahead, refrigerate it and bake it shortly before serving.

Dilled Green Beans

Dilled Green Beans

Dilled Green Beans

"I serve this dish quite often," Nella says. "It tastes delicious with just about any meal, and it can easily be reheated in the microwave."

Simple Marinated Green Beans

Simple Marinated Green Beans

Simple Marinated Green Beans

"On warm Indian summer days, I like to prepare fast and fuss-free dishes that don't require heating up the kitchen," relates Sheryl Schmedeman from Spokane, Washington. This tasty side dish makes the most of garden-fresh green beans.
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Flavorful Green Beans

Flavorful Green Beans

Flavorful Green Beans

Green beans are a quick-cooking vegetable to begin with but using the microwave moves things along even faster. I rely on canned green beans when time is really tight and I sometimes add extra bacon to give the dish even more flavor.—Ernestine Beoughter, Lawrenceville, Illinois

Squash Rings with Green Beans

Squash Rings with Green Beans

Squash Rings with Green Beans

I wanted to make a colorful vegetable for Christmas dinner one year and came up with this combination. It was a big hit with our guests. Even my nephew, who attended culinary school, was impressed! -Joan Sieck, Rensselaer, New York

Green Beans with Tomatoes

Green Beans with Tomatoes

Green Beans with Tomatoes

For a fast and flawless side dish, you'll need just three ingredients to fix this recipe.—Suzie Salle, Renton, Washington

Green Beans with Radishes

Green Beans with Radishes

Green Beans with Radishes

Green Beans with Radishes, suggested by Minnesota field editor Marlene Muchenhirn of Delano, is a side dish with a flavorful twist. "The fresh green beans are so pretty mixed with crisp radish slices," she says.

Zippy Green Beans

Zippy Green Beans

Zippy Green Beans

A sweet-and-sour sauce makes fresh green beans a little special. The tangy treatment for this everyday vegetable dresses them up nicely, so they complement most any meal. —Suzanne McKinley of Lyons, Georgia

Sauteed Green Beans

Sauteed Green Beans

Sauteed Green Beans

This beans are seasoned with some of my favorite herbs. I've found that basil, oregano and parsley are great flavor accents for canned, frozen or fresh beans. I've taken this delicious side along to last-minute potlucks as well.—Heidi Wilcox, Lapeer, Michigan

Green Bean Casserole for Two

Green Bean Casserole for Two

Green Bean Casserole for Two

This dish always conjures up memories of Mom's traditional Christmas dinner with all the trimmings. Everyone loves green beans when they're dressed up in a creamy suace and topped with golden french-fried onions.—Christy Hinrichs, Parkville, Missouri

Savory Green Bean Casserole

Savory Green Bean Casserole

Savory Green Bean Casserole

If you want a slimmed down version on the classic. This recipe calls for calls for frozen green beans instead of canned, a from-scratch sauce in place of a can of soup and a homemade onion topping. The result is a creamy casserole with wonderful flavor!—Taste of Home Test Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin
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