Instead of cans, this recipe calls for fresh ingredients—green beans, mushrooms (both fresh white ones and dried wild mushrooms), shallots, and chicken stock. Sure, it requires a little more time than the gloopy, canned original but the butter-sautéed mushrooms, sweet fried shallots, and still-snappy green beans make it worth it.
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Feeding a crowd? What's better than green bean casserole, with its flavorful combination of cream of mushroom soup, green beans, and crispy French fried onions? It's a crowd favorite!
That's right, this cake combines layers of turkey, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, and marshmallow-topped sweet potatoes, all in one beasty feast of a trompe l'oeil cake. While some may have trouble coming to terms with the savory nature of such a sweet-looking treat, ultimately brave eaters will be rewarded: it's like the best of Thanksgiving leftovers all stacked into one tasty bundle.
Green beans: love 'em or hate 'em? Some folks have a soft spot for old-fashioned green bean casserole, while others prefer a lighter lemon-juice-and-toasted-nuts preparation. Here are a few recipes for inspiration. Will you be eating green beans this Thanksgiving?