Mom’s Green Bean Casserole

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I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We all went out and enjoyed a fabulous brunch at a local restaurant and had a relaxing afternoon. Now for some yummy food. Everyone loves a good dish of green bean casserole. It’s a staple in our home during the holiday season as I’m sure it is in many or your homes as well. It’s so easy to make and requires minimal prep time. My mom makes this dish with canned beans which saves the step of cooking fresh beans prior to baking. Either way works, we just prefer quick and easy. This side dish is perfect for Thanksgiving or Christmas.

Easy delicious green bean casserole

A few quick steps and you have a gourmet veggie dish for 10 plus people.

Delicious Green Bean Casserole

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Supply List

  • 2 large cans 28 oz french style green beans (drained)
  • 2 cans mushroom soup 14.5 oz
  • 1 stick butter
  • French Fried onion rings {Durkee}
  • Season with salt and pepper

Instructions : Step by Step

  • Melt butter and pour across the bottom of a large 9x12 baking pan. We used an oversized deep pan. Mix the drained beans with the soup, season to taste and spread in baking pan
  • Top with french fried onion rings
  • Bake for 40 minutes or until soup mix is bubbling and onion rings are golden brown.
  • Serves 10
Author: Jessica Bruno

Easy green bean casserole

This delicious green bean casserole will no doubt, be a hit during dinner. We have even added shredded cheddar cheese to the mix on occasion and it’s amazing! If you decide to add cheddar, just mix it in with the beans and soup mix. This side dish won’t disappoint and your kids will even ask for seconds. For more delicious recipes, check out our new “our kitchen” page. My mom and gram have been busy!

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