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Recipe: Glazed Green Beans with Onions and Broth

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Glazed Green Beans with Onions and Broth

Very simple, yet delicious and full of flavorful broth.

  • 1 pound of greens beans (I used frozen organic from Costco)
  • 1/4 cup of onions, diced finely
  • 1 cup broth
  • 2 Tablespoon butter
  • salt
  • pepper

Add 1 tablespoon butter into a heavy bottom saucepan and heat until bubbly.  Add in the onions and saute for about five minutes.  If you are using frozen green beans, pour them into a strainer and run under hot water so that they are partially thawed.  Add to the pan and add one cup of broth.  Cook without a lid at a fast boil until the broth reduces until it is almost gone.  Stir frequently.  Add in the remaining tablespoon of butter and salt and pepper to taste, continue cooking until the butter evaporates somewhat.

These are very flavorful and my favorite way to have green beans.  I titled these “Glazed” because they have a shiny appearance to them when done.

Flavorful Green Beans

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4 comments to Recipe: Glazed Green Beans with Onions and Broth

  • churyl

    i so needed this recipe! didn’t want to boil them in a bunch of water, and frying took too long. thank you!

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    Starlene Reply:

    @churyl, I hope you’ll let me know if they turn out the way you like. :-)

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  • I usually just steam my green beans but that gets boring after a while. I bought some green beans today (from Costco, actually) so I will definitely try this! We don’t eat as much broth as we could.

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    Starlene Reply:

    @Meghan @ Whole Natural Life, I love the taste of these and hope you get to try them soon. Let me know how you like them, okay? Thanks for visiting and commenting!

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