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HOW TO MAKE SMOTHERED GREEN BEANS
This dish for smothered green beans is a such tasty way to get your vegetables in! This vegetable side dish is almost impossible to turn down since it is baked in a sauce that is both sweet and salty, and it also has caramelized onions and crispy bacon.
If you are looking for a tasty meal to serve as a side dish, then you simply cannot go wrong with these wonderful green beans that have been covered in a sauce.
A meal that is bursting with flavor is prepared by roasting fresh green beans in a mixture that incorporates soy sauce, butter, and brown sugar, along with bacon and onions. You won’t need to spend much time preparing this dish, and while it’s cooking, you won’t need to do anything at all; this will give you more time to focus on the remainder of the dinner.
These green beans are a versatile side dish that can be made with just a few basic ingredients and go great with any of your favorite meals. They are quick and easy to make.
For this dish, I like to use fresh green beans, but you can simply modify it so that it works with frozen or canned green beans as well. If you are using frozen vegetables, just cook them until they are soft, then drain them. It is not necessary to prepare canned green beans by cooking them before using them; once they have been drained, they may be put directly into the casserole dish.
THE INGREDIENTS LIST:
500 grams.Of green beans – trimmed.
Sliced bacon; I used 8 slices chopped.
A large chopped onion.
FOR MAKING THE SAUCE; I USED:
1/3 Cup.Of brown sugar.
1/4 Cup.Of melted butter.
2 Tbsp.Of soy sauce.
1 Tsp.Of apple cider vinegar.
2 Tsp.Of garlic powder.
2 Tsp.Of onion powder.
METHOD OF WORK:
Turn the oven temperature up to 350 degrees F. To prepare, bring 4 cups of water to a boil. Boil the green beans for around four to five minutes, or until they reach the desired tenderness.
Take off the stove and dump the water. Get the bacon nice and crispy in the oven. Keep approximately a tablespoon of the fat rendered from the bacon in the pan. After adding the onions, continue to sauté them until they are brown.
Put the green beans in a baking dish with a capacity of 2.5 quarts, and then sprinkle the onions on top.
Combine the brown sugar, melted butter, soy sauce, apple cider vinegar, dried herbs, and spices (garlic powder and onion powder).
Sprinkle the bacon and green beans with the sauce. Blend the ingredients together by stirring. Bake the green beans for 35 to 40 minutes, or until they reach the desired tenderness.