This Traditional Green Bean Casserole recipe is so delicious, easy and is perfect for your Thanksgiving dinner. Thanksgiving is approaching so quickly. Thanksgiving has really snuck up on us this year as the whole year has completely flown by. When I think of Thanksgiving, it’s all about the stuffing, mashed potatoes, turkey, pies and Green Bean Casserole.
Traditional Green Bean Casserole
As I prepare my necessities for my own Thanksgiving dinner, I’ve found that this dish in particular is an absolute must have. For as long as I can remember there has ALWAYS been green bean casserole at my Thanksgiving dinner, regardless of whether it was my parents making it or in my own home. It is most definitely always going to be a traditional dish in my family. This is one of my favorite side dishes to eat with my Turkey and potatoes. I love the creamy and crunchy yummines . If you’ve never made this green bean casserole at your Thanksgiving dinner, you definitely need to try it and make it a tradition in your household.
1 can Cream of Mushroom Soup or you can use (Homemade Cream of Mushroom Soup)
1 lb Green Beans
1/4 cup Milk or Water
4 oz French Fried Onions
Wash green Bean and remove stems.
In a large pot boil green beans for 20-25 minutes.
Remove from heat and drain.
In a medium sized bowl mix green beans, soup and milk/water.
Pour into a casserole dish.
Add a half of French Fried onions.
Bake in 350 Oven for 30 minutes.
Remove from oven and add remaining French Fried Onions.
Bake for an additional 10 minutes.
Green Bean Casserole is fairly easy to make. Many use canned green beans but I prefer to buy fresh to make ours. I love a bit of a crunchier bean. So grab yourself some green beans, cream of mushroom soup and yummy french fried onions to whip up this traditional side dish for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Is Green Bean Casserole a tradition with your family? I would love to hear about some of your traditional Thanksgiving foods. Looking for other Thanksgiving sides? If so check out my yummy Garlic Roasted mashed potatoes I shared with you. Also how about making some Pumpkin Spice Glazed Carrots I made. And, do not for get the Pumpkin Roll for dessert that I shared. I will be sharing our yummy cranberry sauce with all of you tomorrow so be sure to drop back by.
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