Green Bean Casserole with Bacon!

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This green bean casserole recipe with bacon is just what you need for the holidays. You're sure to love how easy it is and that it doesn’t have any cans of soup in the ingredients. For this casserole recipe, you will need bacon, garlic, flour, milk, French style green beans, ground pepper, salt, French fried onions, divided and grated cheddar. This easy casserole recipe is sure to be one you try again. Green bean casserole is a classic recipe that is especially popular for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner. This casserole recipe is a nice variation on a classic easy dinner idea.

Green bean casserole recipe is a casserole recipe that usually consists of green beans, cream of mushroom soup, and french fried onions. The casserole recipe was created in 1955 by Campbell's and is popular as a side dish recipe for Thanksgiving dinners in North America. The green bean casserole recipe was originally created in 1955 by the Campbell Soup Company. Dorcas Reilly is who led the team that created the casserole recipe while working as a staff member in the home economics department. The inspiration for the casserole recipe was to create a quick and easy dinner idea around two things that most Americans always had on hand in the 1950s. And that was green beans and Campbell’s Cream of Mushroom Soup. In the 1972 version of the Good Housekeeping Cookbook, the casserole recipe replaced the cream of mushroom soup with sour cream.

Green beans are a versatile vegetable that can be grown in a variety of different climates, which has helped to make green beans such a popular and globally recognized food. Although green beans have been popularized in many American and European easy dinner ideas, they are widely cultivated across Africa and Asia as well. Green beans appear in a wide array of cultural recipes and offer health benefits to people all over the world. Green beans fall into two categories to include pole beans and bush beans. Pole beans are beans that tend to climb like vines, requiring support systems to help them grow properly, and are slightly slower to reach maturity. While bush beans are lower to the ground, requiring no support, and have faster developmental rates, which means that some farmers and growers can have more than one crop of bush beans in a single season. The nutritional benefits of consuming green beans are hard to argue with. Green beans are delicious and crunchy beans and low in calories and fat and contain no cholesterol. Green beans have a high fiber content, and it also provides some of your daily protein requirements. Green beans are an excellent source of vitamins such as vitamin A, C, K, B6, along with folic acid. In terms of minerals, green beans are also a good source of calcium, iron, silicon, manganese, copper and potassium. Consuming green beans may help to boost your immunity. The presence of various immune system-boosting antioxidants that are found in green beans is well known, but as more research on green bean benefits is done, it is becoming clear that there are far more antioxidant properties in green beans than previously thought. Antioxidants are the beneficial compounds found in the body that seeks out the dangerous free radicals and eliminates them from our system before they can cause illness or tissue damage.

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