Garlicky Oven-Roasted Green Bean Salad With Hazelnuts and Blue Cheese
A little fat goes a long way in transforming straightforward roasted green beans into a dinner party-worthy side. Choose a relatively mild blue cheese so as not to overwhelm the whole dish, and make sure your hazelnuts are nicely toasted.
Green Bean Salad with Pickled Peppers and Anchovy Dressing
Not your grandmother’s bland green bean salad, this iteration gets a kick from pickled peppers and pungent anchovies..
Skillet Ground Lamb with Tomato Sauce, Green Beans, and Couscous
One-pot recipes don’t have to skimp on substance, as with this dish featuring ground lamb and pearled couscous, and green beans. A tomato sauce featuring North African flavors brings it all together.
Charred Corn, Radish, Jicama, and Green Bean Salad with Lime Dressing
Nothing's better than a freshly boiled ear of corn in the summertime. But when it’s freed from the cob, this staple can take on a whole new dimension. Charred in a skillet, corn kernels lend a smoky flavor to a combination of crunchy jicama, string beans, and fresh lime in this Southwest-inspired salad.
Balinese Chicken Lawar
Lawar is one Bali’s most iconic dishes, but has yet to make its way into many American kitchens. This version of the elaborate bean salad, which features chicken and coconut, is an excellent place to start.
Sautéed Green Beans With Mushrooms and Caramelized Cipollini Onions
If you find yourself longing for Thanksgiving even though it’s June, look no further: all the flavors of a traditional green bean casserole are here, minus the cream, the French-frying, and the food coma.
Spicy Dilly Beans
Whether they’re garnishing a bloody Mary, tossed into a riff on a salade Niçoise, or eaten on their own as a crunchy, briny snack, making these spicy dill-pickled beans is about as easy as picking up a jar from the store (and four times cheaper!).
Sichuan Dry-Fried Long Beans
Step aside, boring boiled green beans: the Sichuan technique of dry-frying (cooking over high heat in a large amount of oil without any batter or coating applied to the ingredients) produces beans that are lighter than batter-fried, but still maintain a satisfyingly blistered, crackly exterior.
Stir-Fried Green Beans and Five-Spice Dry Tofu
Dry five-spice tofu (extra-firm tofu marinated in spiced broth) is the star of this simple stir-fry, which comes together in just ten minutes.
Easy Stir-Fried Pork With String Beans
Sweet, rich pork loin is balanced with snappy green beans in a weeknight stir-fry that comes together in the time it takes to cook up a pot of rice. The key to maximizing flavor in this simple dish is to infuse your cooking oil with ginger before browning the pork.