Green Bean Recipes - How To Cook Green Beans
This is not your mother’s green bean casserole recipe, as this dish is made from scratch with fresh green beans and mushrooms (I would not call this a casserole). This is a delightful updated version of the traditional green bean casserole and the use of fresh green beans is wonderful!
This green bean casserole recipe and dinner menu were generously shared with my by Linda Sandberg of Newberg, OR. Linda belongs to a Gourmet Dinner Group that delights in making wonderful foods that they share together. Check out A Night of Comfort (Updated Comfort Food Dinner) which includes this recipe.
Arborio Rice Coating (see recipe below)
Prepare Arborio Rice Coating in advance (see below).
Prepare Fried Onions before cooking the green beans and set aside.
Bring the water to boil in a large pot or Dutch oven. Fill a large bowl with ice water and set aside.
Add the green beans and salt to the boiling water. Cover and cook for 4 to 6 minutes or until crisp-tender and still bright green. NOTE: Be sure to cook the beans to your desired level of doneness (taste one to see if it is cook properly - the beans should still be very crunchy). Remove from heat and drain beans well in a colander, then plunge into the ice water to stop the cooking. Again drain the partially-cooked green beans well and set aside.
In a large frying pan over medium heat, heat olive oil. Add mushroom and cook until browned, approximately 4 to 5 minutes (don't stir the mushrooms so that they can properly caramelize).
After onions are caramelized, add
garlic, salt, and pepper and
Place the cooked mushrooms and beans on a large serving plate, and season to taste with additional salt and pepper. Top with the Fried onions before serving.
Makes 6 to 8 servings.
Grind the rice to a very fine powder in a blender or spice grinder; lace in a bowl and add the flour, semolina, salt, and pepper. Toss until well blended.
Can be stored in a air-tight container in the freezer for maximum freshness.
In a deep fryer or a deep pot, heat peanut oil to 375 degrees F.
Place onion rings in a large bowl. Pour buttermilk over the onions and toss to coat. Shake off the excess buttermilk and dip the onions into the Arborio Rice coating, covering thoroughly.
In small batches, fry the onions until crispy, approximately 2 minutes per batch. Scoop out the onions with a slotted spoon and drain on paper towels; set aside and season with salt to taste.
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