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  • Gristmill Gruene Beans

    They are the best green beans I have ever ate and wanted to see if anyone knew the recipe to them

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    Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

    I have eaten there but I don't remember the beans. Did they have a sauce? added ingredients?
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    • #3
      Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

      [QUOTE=hunebe;250885]I have eaten there but I don't remember the beans. Did they have a sauce? added ingredients?[/QUOTE]

      I found this on the restaurant website....

      Gruene Beans
      Our own tomato and bacon based green bean recipe

      Not much of a description.

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      • #4
        Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

        http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2007/11/spanish_green_beans_a_yummy_thanksgiving_side_dish/

        Maybe these are close? They include tomatoes, bacon, and onion.

        I add a pinch of brown sugar.




        deb

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        • #5
          Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

          I really enjoyed the Gruene Beans and came up with a recipe that is pretty close.
          Fry 1/2 pound of bacon and 1/2 of a small onion ,(diced), in a skillet, reserve half of the drippings when cooked.
          Blanche 1 1/2 pounds of green beans or snap peas and immediately transfer to an ice water bath.
          Chop the bacon into small pieces and return to the skillet with one can of spicy Rotel, add the reserve drippings and bring to a simmer.
          Add the beans, add salt and pepper to taste and serve when hot.
          Enjoy

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          • #6
            Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

            That recipe sounds good. And, best of all, another ro-tel tomato recipe! We are so addicted to that brand of canned tomatoes.

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            • #7
              Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

              I just ate at the Gristmill and love the gruene beans. My server told me that the beans are sauteed (in bacon grease or butter) and then slow cooked in rotel and bacon bits. I'm going to try making them for Thanksgiving.

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              • #8
                Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

                I had never heard of these until now. I am a big fan of tomatoes and anything. Will have to try this.
                Thanks!
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                • #9
                  Re: Gristmill Gruene Beans

                  Holiday Green Beans

                  2 pkgs. frozen green beans
                  1 bottle Catalina salad dressing
                  1/2 bottle french dressing
                  1 can vegetable broth
                  3 tbs. dijon mustard
                  2 tbs. white balsamic vinegar
                  1/2 cup bacon bits

                  Simmer beans till tender and to your taste

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