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Recipes shared need not be 5 star rated restaurant quality to impress. Link up your family’s favorites and maybe find a new family favorite among the recipes listed below. I’m always on the lookout for something new to try and share with my family.
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This weeks recipe is: Fresh Skillet Crisp Green Beans!
I started out with a small bag of fresh green beans from our local supermarket. I rinsed them and then let them sit to drip in the strainer while I gather my ingredients and the non-stick skillet.
Ingredients: Mix the first 4 ingredients in a small bowl and set aside.
1 tbsp sea salt
1 tsp black pepper
1 tbsp creole seasoning
A couple of shakes of garlic powder (maybe a 1/4 tsp)
3-4 tbsp Parmesan cheese (this can be set aside for the final step).
2 tbsp butter (I prefer butter over margarine for this recipe, I just like the end results better).
Place your non-stick skillet over a med flame and then add your butter along with each of your ingredients listed above except the Parmesan cheese. Now while the green beans are cooking, be sure to turn/toss them so they do not stick to the bottom of the pan. You want your green beans to cook to the point where they become cooked yet still maintain a firm and crunchy texture. You do not want to cover the skillet because the steam will cause your beans to over cook in just a few minutes. When you serve your beans they will be bright green in color with a crisp and crunchy texture. Not overcooked or even resembling anything like the canned green beans you purchase in the supermarket.
Once your beans have reached this stage around 8-10 minutes (again stove/cook times vary) remove from heat and stir in the Parmesan cheese. Serve immediately.
I’ve made these 3-4 times now this summer. Each and every-time they are seriously GONE before I can snap a picture of them on the dinner plate. They were a big hit at the Fourth of July BBQ. Sorry about the skillet picture but I promise if I can ever snap a picture with the green beans on the plate I will up date this post.
So, dust off those family treasured recipes and let the sharing begin!
The link up will be open Monday night and close Sunday. The links for each weeks recipe along with the link up code and rules can be found in the recipes category.
Happy Holidays Bonnie~ aka LeahSay (LeeSay one word).
*Note facts and pictures may/may not be taken from the above mentioned site(s) or supplied by myself.