Maple-Glazed Green Beans
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
I made this for Thanksgiving dinner. Everyone loved it. I sautéed the bacon alone first, then the onion alone so I could control the done-ness of each. This also allowed me to throttle back on the fat. Additionally I suggest letting the beans sit for a few minutes after steaming, to prevent throwing too much liquid into the recipe, diluting the maple syrup. I meant to also use toasted slivered almonds but, in my pantry, what I thought was almonds, was pecans. So I used pecans as I would’ve done with almonds, toasting lightly. I tried to chop them into large pieces, discard the crumbs and tossed them in at the very end with the bacon. I’ll make this again I’m sure.
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Bacon didn't get crispy enough. Fry separately.
Served this for the first time at Thanksgiving dinner. It was a hit with the family! Next time I will do the bacon separately from the onions, as they didn't get as crispy as I was hoping. It was delicious reheated as well!
Tried it for the first time for Thanksgiving and loved them. Will make again for Christmas. I did use sugar free syrup without a problem.
I made this for As part of my Thanksgiving Dinner for my family, we all loved it. This side dish came together very quickly while the turkey was resting. The only thing I did differently was to use the frozen green beans in the steamer bags as my store did not have any good looking fresh green beans the day I went. I will definitely be making these again.
An instant hit! My only recommendation would be to give the bacon a few minutes head start in the saute pan.
Loved it! Made for company so had everything ready early -green beans cooked, onion and bacon cut up, cranberries and maple syrup measured. Then it was a quick toss in the pan. No bourbon, though.
I cut this recipe in half. I baked thick cut bacon in strips then cut it up. I added chopped onion to the baking sheet and returned it to the oven to cook. I had on hand some fresh green beans that I had blanched already. Mixed it all together and asked DH to taste ...he wanted to eat his share then and there!!! Sooo good! Will definitely make this again! I did make these again. This time I used a teaspoon of bacon fat and some real bacon bits. I heated the bits in the fat and added the onions and finished the recipe. YUM!
I'd like to add another 5 Star Review to this one * Totally tasteful and Elegant. I sauted the green beans instead of steaming and at the very end I added some toasted pecans * This truly is a wonderful recipe.JanieTaste of Home Volunteer Field Editor