Serve sautéed green beans with bacon and French fried onions at your holiday dinner and they will become a new family favorite!
Disclosure: This recipe was developed for Farberware Cookware as part of sponsored post.
We finally have our Thanksgiving plans figured out…unless they change again. This year we will be spending Thanksgiving with my in-laws but we still need to decide who is bringing what. So far, I know that my in-laws will make the turkey, mashed potatoes, and corn casserole. We will be bringing ham, pecan pie, and these green beans with bacon!
I made these sauteed green beans with bacon using my new Farberware Dishwasher Safe Nonstick Aluminum 12-piece Cookware Set in champagne! My set came with a 1 quart covered saucepan, 2 quart covered saucepan, 5 quart covered Dutch oven, 2.75 quart covered saute, 10″ skillet, slotted spoon, solid spoon and a slotted turner.
This Farberware Dishwasher Safe Nonstick Aluminum 12-Piece Cookware Set is made with heavy-duty aluminum that heats fast and evenly to help reduce hot spots that can burn foods. Farberware Dishwasher Safe Cookware gets its superior performance from Teflon nonstick coating.
How To Saute Green Beans
To make sauteed green beans, start by frying slices of bacon in the 2.75-quart saute pan.
Put the beans into the bacon grease and saute for a few minutes. Then, add the water, salt, and pepper. Cover the pan with a crack to allow the steam to escape and cook the beans.
Immediately before serving, top the beans with bacon crumbles and French fried beans! Green beans are always part of a traditional holiday dinner, but when bacon and French fried onions are added, the green beans become a showcase dish.
No, you do not need to boil green beans before sauteing them.
No, you do not need to blanch green beans before sauteing them.
You can add flavor to green beans by sauteing them in bacon grease with seasoning them with a little salt and pepper. Top the beans with bacon crumbles and french fried onions for even more flavor.
More Green Beans Recipes To Try
This Slow Cooker Green Bean Casserole recipe is the EASIEST way to make this holiday side dish. Plus, using a crockpot frees up oven space!
Our Roasted Green Beans recipe with bacon crumbles is made with only three ingredients and is loved by everyone!
Green Bean Casserole is one of the most popular side dishes! Who can resist green beans coated in a creamy sauce and topped with French fried onions?