This Sautéed Green Beans Recipe has olive oil, fresh garlic, fresh seasonal local green beans, soy sauce, and sesame seeds.
Estimated reading time: 4 minutes
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Sautéed Green Beans
Hi Everyone, this Sautéed Green Beans Recipe exhibits my usual go-to flavors for a nice veggie sauté: olive oil, garlic, and soy sauce.
Guess what? They couldn’t be easier to make in your large skillet or wok.
When Are Green Beans in Season?
Green beans are available in the grocery store throughout the year and fresh, local green beans are available during the Summer months.
A seasonal recipe that can also be made year round
I made this recipe from the green beans mentioned in my recent Organic CSA Share Box Week 4 post.
This Sautéed Green Beans Recipe can be served as a side dish or put on top of a salad to dress it up. I could also see them used in eggs for a scramble.
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I would love to know how you like to make green beans, please let me know in the comments at the end of the post.
You can leave out the soy sauce and garlic if you want more plain flavor in your greens beans. Alternately, you can add a drizzle of sesame oil and/or chili oil or red pepper flakes for some heat.
You can leave the green beans long or cut them up into 1-2 inch pieces like I did in the recipe photos. I suggest trimming the tough ends of the green beans off.
If you make This Sautéed Green Beans Recipe and like it, please give it a rating in the recipe card below and let us know in the comments at the end of the post.
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- In a large frying pan, skillet or wok, heat the olive oil and minced garlic over medium-high heat, until the garlic is translucent. Add the prepared green beans and stir them to coat them evenly in the garlic-oil.
- Cook the green beans for about 5 minutes, stirring to evenly cook and cook until the desired tenderness is achieved. Add in the soy sauce and sesame seeds toward the end of them cooking. Serve and enjoy!
- Optional Ingredients: You can add chili oil and/or red pepper flakes to add some heat. You can add a drizzle of sesame oil to bring in more sesame flavor.
- You can leave out the soy sauce and garlic if you want more plain flavor in your greens beans.
- You can leave the green beans long or cut them up into 1-2 inch pieces like I did in the recipe photos. I suggest trimming the tough ends of the green beans off.
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Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 178Total Fat: 12gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 10gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 802mgCarbohydrates: 15gFiber: 3gSugar: 5gProtein: 4g
Please note that the Calculated Nutrition is an estimate at best.