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You May Not Need An Entree When You’re Serving These Awesome Green Beans
I don’t care too much for complicated side dishes. It seems to me these days I’m happy if I have enough time to make a proper entree, so a side dish to me is usually a bunch of plum tomatoes, each cut in half.
I guess that’s why I love green beans so much. It really doesn’t get much easier than that! We’ve had them pretty often lately, not just because they’re tasty and good for you, but also because you can whip them up in no time. My husband was getting a little tired of them… so I had to figure out a way to amp them up without turning them into one of those complicated side dishes I try to avoid.
This recipe is perfect! You really don’t have to do much else than fry the sliced onion and you’re almost done. You heard me! Then you just sit back for a few minutes, with your glass of wine, while the green beans are cooking. Now, that’s my kinda recipe!
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Quick Tip: This recipe serves 6.