Recipe: Delicious Easy southern green beans

Easy southern green beans. My family adores these Southern Green Beans! Boy do I love some Southern cooking!! Southern cooking brings comfort like fluffy slippers to cold feet.

Easy southern green beans Southern green beans are flavored with bacon and cooked low and slow until tender. These green beans are so easy to make and a must-have side dish on every Southern table. I'll tell you a secret: I prefer my Garlic Roasted Green Beans, but my family loves these old-fashioned Southern green beans, cooked to death and full of fat. You can cook Easy southern green beans using 6 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook it.

Ingredients of Easy southern green beans

  1. Prepare 2 cans of drained green beans.
  2. Prepare 1 can of rotel no drain.
  3. Prepare of Bacon.
  4. Prepare of Salt.
  5. Prepare of Pepper.
  6. Prepare Cup of beef broth.

Put green beans in pot- if canned add juices, if frozen add water enough to see but not cover beans- cook on medium heat. Fry bacon until cooked but not too crisp- drain on paper towel. Cut onion in large (thick) slices and break rings apart in to beans. Crumble or rip bacon apart add to beans.

Easy southern green beans instructions

  1. Take bacon and saute until good and brown..
  2. When browned add two cans of the green beans..
  3. Add can of rotel..
  4. And salt and pepper to season..
  5. Stir all together and add a cup of beef broth put a lid on and simmer for about an hour to merry all the flavors..
  6. After hr take and cool and eat..

Let cook for a few hours on. Follow our complete, step-by-step, photo illustrated instructions to make one of the South's favorite side dishes. Southern Green Beans and Potatoes … Or as we call them "Beans and Taters." … I may have been "born and raised" in the South, but I'm not much of a vegetable fan for reasons unknown. This Southern Style Green Beans recipe is easy-peasy to put together and it makes a pot of beans that's meltingly tender and super delicious. The beans are cooked slowly for a long time with a bit of bacon and come out of the pot tasting, honestly, better than any veggie I've ever tried!