Friday, November 19, 2010

Family Recipe Friday: Classic Campbell's

  

Thanksgiving wouldn't be the same
without our favorite Campbell's dish:

Classic Green Bean Casserole

1 can (10 3/4 ounces) Campbell's®  Cream of Mushroom Soup
1/2 cup milk
1 teaspoon soy sauce
Dash ground black pepper
2 cans (about 16 ounces) cut green beans, drained 
1 1/3 cups French's® French Fried Onions

1. Stir the soup, milk, soy sauce, black pepper, beans and 2/3 cup onions in a 1 1/2-quart casserole.

2. Bake at 350°F. for 25 minutes or until the bean mixture is hot and bubbling. Stir the bean mixture. Sprinkle with the remaining onions.

3. Bake for 5 minutes or until the onions are golden brown.
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5 comments:

Donna Jane said...

Who hasn't eaten this? Is it ever served on days other than Thanksgiving?

Kathleen Brandt, Professional Genealogist said...

If I have a family member who insists I make this one, I add an extra small can of mushrooms and a dash of fresh grated nutmeg. I also do frozen green beans. Never go skim on the milk (canned or whole). Oh yeah...mix a a 1/8-1/4 cup of the french onions in the mixture, and still on top. With these little additions, even I can eat it.

But this year...it's fresh snapped green beans for me!

Thanks for putting me in the holiday mood!Salvation Army ringing and green bean casserole will do it every year!

Greta Koehl said...

Oooh, my mouth is watering. My husband is the usual Thanksgiving cook, but I'm thinking I may need to get involved so that I can make some "dress-up green beans."

Heather Rojo said...

My daughter just graduated and has a large group of friends, all with their first apartments, and they are having a "practice Thanksgiving" today. One is making the turkey, another pumpkin pies, etc. for a big potluck. My daughter insisted that this be her contribution- and I had to laugh. Not much to practice here but opening cans! But it was always her favorite. We had it at every family party and always on her birthday.

TCasteel said...

It may not be hard to make, but it is a classic that we should all be able to whip together. :-)