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Green Bean Almondine: A Thanksgiving Alternative to The Green Bean Casserole Rut

Updated on January 17, 2012

This recipe is a great alternative to the rut we had gotten into with the traditional Thanksgiving Green Bean Casserole. This Green Bean Almondine is the perfect side dish to your Thanksgiving turkey and will become the new family favorite Thanksgiving dish. It is quick and tasty and a favorite of young and old alike! Give it a try!

5 Simple Steps To A New Tradition

Are you tired of the rut you have gotten into with the traditional fare of the Green Bean Casserole? Everyone loves it, but this recipe has a variety of flavors that will make it a new Thanksgiving favorite! Sweet and savory with a kick of crunch this Green Bean Almondine is a great alternative to the Thanksgiving green bean casserole rut! You will need a handful of readily available ingredients which stir together quickly to make a tasty side dish that will be loved by all gathered around the holiday table!

In a few simple steps you will have a great side dish!

  1. Begin by bringing three 16 ounce cans of green beans to a boil.
  2. While this is in process, in a small saucepan, lightly toast 1/4 cup almond slivers on low heat.
  3. Add 2 Tablespoons chopped garlic and stir in 2 Tablespoons honey and slowly bring to low boil, stirring constantly. Set aside.
  4. Once beans have boiled, drain off liquids.
  5. Pour almond sauce over the top and serve hot!

Photo and Text Copyright 2011 Deborah M. Carey

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      Debbie Carey 5 years ago from Riverton, KS, USA

      lauramaryscott, thanks for reading! I hope it works for him! That sounds like fun! That's what Gramma's for! Thanks again for the sweet comments! God Bless!

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      lauramaryscott 5 years ago from Boise, Idaho

      prektjr.dc, thank you for sharing this recipe with us. I plan to try it. Years ago I made a green bean dish I loved. Never thought I would forget that recipe. Darn. I was hoping yours was the same. It isn't but it still sounds good. I have a grandson taking a cooking class in high school. He must prepare a 3-course meal at the end of the class. I plan to give this recipe to him to review. Thanks.

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      Debbie Carey 5 years ago from Riverton, KS, USA

      Thanks...It is! Thanks for reading!

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      RTalloni 6 years ago from the short journey

      Very nice. This will be a neat compliment to many meals!