Whether using fresh, frozen, or canned green beans, these recipes are easy to cook up for holidays or a weeknight meal. From a comforting green bean casserole, to a light salad and beans with potatoes or bacon, you'll find something for everyone with these green bean recipes.
Lemon and grapes brighten this roasted green bean, broccoli and mushroom side dish.
In just 20 minutes you can whip up a nutritious and delicious meal that's less than 400 calories. The salmon provides lots of healthy omega-3 fatty acids while the nutty and fruity vinaigrette dressing used on both the fish and beans keeps the flavors light and refreshing.
Brown rice provides some whole grains in your baby's diet with this homemade baby food recipe.
Need a new potato salad recipe? Try this easy one, which uses fingerling potatoes and fresh green beans.
Rich and full-flavored, this curry-accented vegetable side dish is best served with plain meats and poultry.
Green beans drizzled with lemon juice and topped with almonds are a quick-to-fix side dish.
This recipe, shared in 1994, comes by way of a Jewish family who serves the vegetable dish during Hanukkah, for the Festival of Lights. This simple side dish is pretty enough to serve during any holiday meal or when entertaining.
Cheese flavored crackers make a surprisingly delicious topper for this 10-minute green bean side dish.
This sensational spicy salad showcases summer vegetables. You can easily double the ingredients to make enough for potlucks and neighborhood block parties.
This whole wheat pasta bowl is brimming with summer vegetables, including green beans, carrots, and zucchini. Basil adds a crowning burst of freshness.
This recipe offers a twist to the classic recipe by dividing the batch into individual servings. Green beans serve as the perfect side dish.
This creamy mac 'n' cheese main dish is brimming with chunks of deli ham and wagon wheel pasta. Your kids will like love it!
Enjoy tofu and vegetables flavored with soy and sesame oil. Tofu is a low-fat, inexpensive, rich source of protein that contains no cholesterol.
Be creative with seasonings! The inspired combination of coriander, oregano, and lemon peel adds character to this colorful vegetable side dish.
This potato salad, made with an oil and vinegar dressing instead of mayo, is lower in calories and fat than the classic version.
Salty prosciutto elevates potatoes and green beans to gourmet fare with hardly any effort. Try this dish as a holiday side or a simple supper with crusty bread alongside.