Every now and again I like to saute “fry” green beans instead of cooking them in water. Sometimes I add caramelized onion to the dish; sometimes I don’t. But either way, this is an unusual way to cook green beans. I think you’ll like these! They come out tasting somewhere between beans cooked tender-crisp in water the traditional way and roasted beans! Delicious by any definition! Give this fun and simple dish a try sometime and I think you will like them. This recipe is suitable for all phases of Atkins, Keto diets, Primal and Paleo followers.
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1½ c. whole fresh green beans, trimmed of their tips
2 oz. sweet onion, slivered thin (I used red onion)
1 T. each butter AND bacon grease
DIRECTIONS: Trim the tips off the beans and rinse the beans under water and drain on paper towels. In a non-stick skillet, heat the butter and bacon grease. Saute the beans on medium high, stirring and turning them constantly, until they are beginning to brown. Add the sliced onions and continue to saute until they, too are browning and caramelizing. Saute until the beans are pretty tender but not mushy soft. They should still be a firm but not raw tasting. Serve at once.
NUTRITIONAL INFO: Makes 3 servings, each contains:
8.2 g fat
5.36 g carbs, 2.03 g fiber, 3.33 g NET CARBS
1.2 g protein
90 mg sodium