Green beans are a favorite Thanksgiving side dish, and we give you lots of ways to serve them. Whether you love classic sides like green beans amandine or you're feeling more adventurous, you'll find what you're looking for in these tasty green bean recipes just right for Thanksgiving.
With a slimmed-down white sauce, this creamy green bean casserole side dish recipe is low in fat and sodium.
Green beans are tender but retain a hint of crunchiness when you boil and quickly saute.
Cut the fat and calories in this side dish casserole by using reduced fat soup and a topping of onions and bread crumbs.
It's easy to dress up frozen green beans by adding colorful carrots and smoky bacon.
These capicola-wrapped bites wow the taste buds with a smoky, salty burst.
Can the canned condensed soups and stir together your own creamy casserole sauce. It's easier than you might think, plus you can tailor the seasonings to your palate!
Dress up fresh or frozen green beans with bacon and onion and serve as a beautiful holiday side dish.
Speed up this holiday-worthy vegetable side dish by parboiling the green beans the day before your big meal.
Make these German-style, bacon-flavored beans as a side dish to roast beef or pork.
This recipe offers a fresh mix of garlic, green beans, and parsley for a delicious side dish that is elegant enough to serve at a special meal but easy enough to make for a weeknight supper.