Sunday, March 20, 2011

Recipe: Green Bean Bundles

Green Bean Bundles
(printable recipe)
Ingredients:
1 pound fresh green beans
Olive oil
Salt and pepper
Bacon

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
Blanch green beans for 3 minutes. [ I microwave for about 3 minutes.] Toss them in olive oil and salt and pepper. Bundle about 5 green beans and tie a piece of bacon around the bundle. [I also precook the bacon in the microwave until it is partially cooked but still pliable.] Place in a roasting pan and roast for 10 to 15 minutes, until bacon is cooked. A delicious and impressive addition to any meal.

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36 comments:

Krissy said...

That looks good for a party! :)

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Jill said...

Now this I HAVE to try! I even have green beans and bacon in my fridge just waiting for this recipe! Thanks for sharing!!

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momstheword said...

Did you mean that you cooked it on high in the microwave for three minutes INSTEAD of blanching?

This looks yummy and fun! Thanks for linking up to Making Your Home Sing Monday!

Cindy said...

uhm... 1 word.. YUM! That looks divine!
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aimee said...

That looks good!
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the cape on the corner said...

i see you are of the "bacon makes everything better" school of thought. i subsribe to that as well! this looks soo good!

AJ said...

This looks and sounds delicious! Love the combo of bacon and green beans.

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Janet Bocciardi said...

This sounds delish! I had something similar at a restaurant once - but they used asparagus and prosciutto... same idea I guess, but more folks are going to like yours!

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Tami @ ThisMomsDelight.com said...

Cute and yummy lookin'!

Crazy Lady Lori said...

YUMMY! And I have fresh green beans in my fridge :) New follower from ILMOFM Hop :)


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The Survival Mama said...

I'm not sure why I have't tried wrapping green beans in bacon...everything is better with bacon!

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Siv Maria said...

Hi, Doing the blog it forward hop,liking where I can, joining where I can, sharing, stumbling, perscribing…you got it I will click. Have a great day! BTW, love beans and bacon so gotta try out this recipe:)

Anna said...

This looks so good. I have to try this;)

Miz Helen said...

Your recipe looks so fresh and delicious. Thank you for sharing and have a great day!

Kristi said...

Yum!! I have a very similar recipe that uses green beans, bacon, garlic salt & brown sugar. The brown sugar part seems odd, but man is it good!! Can't wait to try yours as well. I'm a new follower!!

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Lauren @ YoungNester said...

Yum! I am STARVING! Thank you for linking up at Ten Buck Tuesday!

Zelma said...

OH. MY. GAWD. This looks delish!

shopannies said...

love your recipe perfect side dish to dress any meal up

Wicked Chef # 1 - Linds said...

This looks mighty tasty! We did a recipe called smoothered green beens that was similar and it turned out well. Your recipe is much neater. I'm your newest follower http://www.memoirs-of-2-wicked-chefs.blogspot.com/ I would love for you to follow back!

Whity Wife said...

new follower! I love this idea! My husband would be happy if I made this every night (maybe mix up the green beans with asparagus sometimes :)

Alissa:Adventurer said...

that looks delicious! oh my!

Shu Han said...

I think everything is better wrapped in bacon ;)

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Mamahollioni said...

Found your blog through What's Cooking Wednesday. Who doesn't love bacon! Happy to follow.

Lynn said...

Yum, these look delicious! Last night I made some potatoes (very tiny ones) wrapped in half a slice of bacon and held with a toothpick; baked at about 400 for 40 minutes or so. Those were good, too. Gotta love that bacon :)

Christina @ It's a Keeper said...

Hi! This looks awesome! I host a weekly blog hop -- It's a Keeper Thursdays. I'd love for you to stop by and link up!

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TV's Take said...

Gotta love bacon! Looks great. Now following you from the TH fab friends blog hop. http://tvstake.blogspot.com

Bianca @ Walnut Avenue said...

These look great...I wonder if you could toss them on the grill?

This recipe would be PERFECT for my new weekly linky party, Foodie Friday. Please stop on over and link up!

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Ginger said...

Mmmmmm....Thanks for linking up to Mad Skills Monday!

Martha said...

Hi, I'm new to the Friday blog hop. Didn't get around to everyone yesterday so catching up today. you have a great blog so I grabbed your button and followed.

kara@elements-interiors.net said...

Thank you for linking this up to WHASSUP WEDNESDAY!


Hope to see you next Wednesday:)

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The Gunny Sack said...

These look delicious! They would make a great addition to an Easter dinner.

Alex said...

Hi there! :) Awesome blog! I am your newest follower from the blog hop :D I would love a follow back!

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Yankee Texan said...

That looks delicious! I'm your newest follower from the Midweek Mingle and hope you can stop by

Erin said...

Is it bad that I want these for breakfast right now??? =o) They Look wonderful!!!

Jennifer said...

I love doing this with asparagus!
Yummy!
Jennifer
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