Remember when you were little and the only vegetables you seemed to eat were green beans and corn?
Maybe that was just me.
I despised veggies when I was young. I forver ate my hamburger with meat and cheese only! No veggies!!
My recipe is bacon heavy because I love bacon. Feel free to cut the bacon in half if that suits your fancy.
While the bacon is cooking, chop half of a large onion or one small onion.
When the bacon is as crispy as you like it, remove the bacon and drain half the grease.
When the onions have cooked through, remove them from the grease. (I prefer to place them on a plate with a paper towel to absorb extra grease.) Drain any excess grease out of your pan and wipe clean with a paper towel. Be careful not to burn yourself…that pan might still be hot! (Every calorie counts…even if this recipe is latent with fat, bacon molecules.)
Add your cooked onion and chopped bacon back to the pan.
Confession: I ate most these myself. Not all in one setting, but I didn’t let them linger long.
Craving gone! Ingredients
2 cans of green beans – or 1 package of frozen beans
1 cup of chicken broth (one can if using frozen beans)
1 package of bacon (depending on your love of bacon, you could easily get by with 1/2 a package)
1/2 of a large yellow onion, chopped (or one medium onion)
1. Fry bacon until crisp. Remove from grease and drain on a plate with a paper towel.
2. Chop onion. Cook in bacon grease.
3. Remove onion. Drain grease from pan.
4. Chop bacon.
5. Add green beans to the pan, cooked onions and chopped bacon.
6. Add one cup of chicken broth. (more if using frozen beans)
7. Cook on low, uncovered for 20 minutes or until broth is gone.
8. Cool and enjoy!