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Chef David Bishop teaches how to make delicious sauteed green beans.
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Sautéed Green Beans Recipe
Hi! This is Chef David Bishop from the Chef to You. Today, I’d to show you to sauté some green beans, a delicious dish. If you try this one time you’ll never make them another way. Let’s take a look at our ingredients to get started.
We have a can of green beans, one tablespoon of butter, garlic, pepper and salt to taste. What I do is I usually drain this canned green beans in the sink. Fill it back up with water in the sink. Wash off that can flavor of the green beans. We got a very hot skillet here. I’m putting the green beans in first. Now, we’ll put butter over the top so that it doesn’t burn, garlic, black pepper and salt to taste.
It’s sautéed, very hot, very quickly. It brings out the natural flavor of the green beans. To make it this way, you’ll never want to make another way. Let me show you and share you a quick story we do all with here. The young girl in our church, she had campers out. She loved my green beans and her grandmother said, “All right, it’s been two days since you're in the top. Go head down the city. You can eat wherever you want, what you want?” Her first request was Chef David’s Green Beans. She really enjoyed it.
Sauté it 30 seconds to a minute just until it’s hot to the touch and you’re ready to go. This looks good, ready to go. Let’s put it all them on a plate.
I put the green beans over to our plate we’re going to right next to our rice pilaf and grilled chicken breast. These sautéed green beans go with pretty much any meat, pork, ham, or meatloaf. A delicious dish, very simple to do. This is Chef David Bishop cooking in the kitchen, till next time. May God bless.