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Spectacular Sautéed Green Beans Recipe

Spectacular Sautéed Green Beans Recipe

These green beans have been a Duggar family favorite for a long time now! I load up on the garlic (good for you and tastes delicious!). When making a “Duggar sized” batch we use a 5lb. bag of frozen green beans from Sam’s club. These green beans are sure to get compliments! Our boys love them too!

 

2  (12 oz. bags) frozen green beans, or about 4 cups fresh green beans (ends removed)

1 T. olive oil

2 garlic cloves (or more!)

3 T. Bragg Liquid Aminos, tamari or soy sauce

Heat oil, garlic, and Bragg’s in saucepan; add green beans. Sauté until beans are tender (about 15 min. from frozen, or 7 min. from fresh).

 

Recipe originally from “The Two Sisters” Cookbook

Disclaimer: Recipes on this site are a collection of our favorites. Some are our own recipes and others may have not originated on our site and/or have been adapted from other sites.

13 Comments

  1. Regina Shea

    Thank you Jill! I harvested some beans from my garden yesterday and this will be perfect. How did your garden do this season? My tomatoes didn’t do so well but maybe next year they will do better.

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    • Derick & Jill

      Hey Regina, That’s great! Our tomatoes did well this year but the peppers have been sparse, although the ones we’ve had have been tasty. 🙂

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      • Angie

        We’ve been blessed our tomatoes, peppers onions cucom ers corn pumpkins and potatoes we had over abundance of them! Our watermellons and cantaloupe didn’t however. We only had 1 watermellons they rotted before they even ripened and zero cantaloupes. Think it was to hot here in indiana this year don’t know. Oh well try again next year. Thank you for sharing all your recipes excited to try some God Bless!

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  2. Reba

    Any truth to the rumors about Jana being in a romantic relationship with her friend Laura DeMasie? 😉

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    • Macee

      Seriously?

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    • Regina Shea

      Jill maybe you should consider moderating comments so that people can’t post despicable lies here!

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      • Reba

        Hey, I didn’t start the rumor. I’m just asking if it’s true or not. 😉

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    • Derick & Jill

      No.

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      • Regina Shea

        Thank you Jill. My friend once told me that Einstein said you shouldn’t believe everything you read on the internet. Which means that if one actually believed Einstein said that then they are extremely gullible.

        I’m going to make the green beans tomorrow. I think my tomatoes failed because though we had lots of rain from monsoons, my tomatoes just didn’t get enough water.
        Next year Lord willing I hope to have a better harvest.
        Have a blessed weekend Jill.

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      • Lorraine

        I am so glad you can ignore all of the mean, derogatory replies – There is no need of them at all – If anyone has a problem with these twitter sharings, just do all of us a favor and do not read them. Jill and Derick – please continue sharing there are alot of us that really enjoy your amazing familu

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  3. Amber

    The Pioneer Woman has a blistered green bean recipe that sounds similar, but this might be a little easier since it skips blanching the beans. Adding it to my files – thanks for sharing! 🙂

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  4. Emma

    This is also great using zucchinis, but not adding soy sauce.

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    • Regina Shea

      Emma, I going to try this. A lady at our church always brings zucchini from her garden for people to take during fellowship time. Thank you Emma for the extra idea.

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