Fried string beans recipe
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Recipe introLooking for a delicious and easy side dish? Look no further than this fried string beans recipe! Crispy and flavorful, these green beans are the perfect addition to any meal. With just a few simple ingredients and a quick cooking time, you can have this dish on the table in no time. Whether you're serving it with grilled chicken or as part of a vegetarian spread, these fried string beans are sure to be a hit.
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Fried string beans recipe details
Surprised this isn’t added on here! A must-have at Fridays!! I love this and any guy who is into veggies that I know loves this with ranch or blue cheese dip. Of course with a dash of hot sauce:) Very easy to make!
Ready in: 12 mins
- 1 pound tender string beans
- 1 cup flour
- 1 cup panko bread crumbs
- 1 cup olive or veggie oil
- 1 dash salt
- 1 egg, beaten
- 1 teaspoon garlic powder
Preparation methodPrep: 5 mins | Cook: 7 mins
1. Trim and wash string beans.
2. Place the panko in a bowl. Place the egg into a bowl. Place the flour, salt and garlic powder into a bowl.
3. Heat oil on medium heat in a skillet.
4. Toss the string beans in the flour to coat. Dip the string beans into flour mixture and then into the panko crumbs.
5. Fry until golden brown.
6. Serve with favorite dip as a game dish or an appetizer.Alternate method
You don’t have to use Panko or bread crumbs at all. I like them this way. Friday serves them with a Wasabi cucumber dip. I have never tried it because I cannot digest something as spicy as wasabi but settle for whatever pleases you:)
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