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How To Steam Fresh Green Beans

Are you looking to steam green beans? Steamed green beans are delicious! You can eat them steamed, or you can make other dishes with them.

There are great dishes that you can make with steamed green beans, including Green Beans and Tomato Salad and Green Bean Salad With Almonds and Red Onions.

The good news for those looking for information on how to steam green beans, is that steaming is one of the easiest ways to cook green beans. It doesn’t take long to steam them, and all you need is a steamer.

In addition to using steamed green beans to make Green Beans and Tomato Salad or Green Bean Salad With Almonds and Red Onions, you can also simply dress them with a bit of oil and vinegar, or not dress them at all, and use them as a side dish.

Meal Planning Using Steamed Fresh Green Beans

If you are planning a meal, with steamed fresh green beans, here is what you can server with them.

Serve this delicious vegetable side dish with Lamb, Chickpeas and Beef Stew, and some boiled potatoes.

Tools You Need To Make Steamed Fresh Green Beans

Cutting Board

Ingredients You Need To Steam Fresh Green Beans

1 pound of Fresh Green Beans

How To Steam Fresh Green Beans

Wash, clean and trim your green beans. I usually trim both ends. Just line up the green beans on your cutting board, and you can usually trim a few of them at a time.

Add water to your steamer and bring it to boil. Put green beans on the insert, and steam. The time for steaming green beans really depends on what you are planning on doing with the green beans later.

If you are just going to dress them and eat it, you may want to steam the green beans longer, 7-8 minutes. If you want to stir fry them afterwards, 3-5 minutes should be enough.

Once your green beans come out of the steamer, let them cool, dress and enjoy.

October 18th, 2010

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