Here is a tasty and effortless green beans recipe that you can make four to six people as a small side dish. If you want a more substantial side dish or if more people are coming to dinner, then add some steamed carrots to the peas.

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I simply enjoy green beans. I prefer them raw for a healthy snack or together with a sandwich at lunchtime. Whenever I happen to be am rounding up ingredients for chicken dumpling, turkey noodle, beef and noodle, or vegetable soup, I merely plunk them in the stew pot without cutting them. Their tiny size makes certain that I don't have to put time in over chopping them up for soups but still these are sturdy enough to end up being simmered for a long time in the pot without falling apart. Directly below is a recipe for green beans as the side dish.

Ingredients:
1 lb . or 16 oz . of peeled, raw green beans (if you work with homegrown green beans out of your garden, then you'll need eight or ten green beans in this recipe)

3 tbsps white sugar

1 tbsp. unsalted butter

Pinch of salt

Water to cover

Assemble the green beans, sugar, butter and salt in the medium size pot and pour in water until it merely barely covers the tops of green beans. Bring your water to a boil and then reduce heat to medium. Let the water to evaporate while green beans boil and be careful to put in a tiny amount of water as needed to help keep the green beans from getting stuck to the pot. Once in a while stir the green beans to make certain thorough cooking. Carry on and cook the green beans at a gentle boil for eight to ten min or until all the green beans supple when pierced with a knife. Drain all of the water and serve either cold or hot. 


You may adjust this green beans recipe to own liking by taking away sugar or salt. Should you prefer a sweeter carrot recipe, add another tablespoon of white sugar. Make sure to adjust the sugar to water proportions to guarantee that there is sufficient water to dissolve more sugar.

If a lot of sugar is added to the green beans and the water inside the pot isn't increased, then the green beans can become sticky sweet and there is a possibility for the sugar to burn in the pan. Dive into this green beans recipe!