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Crispy Parmesan Roasted Green Beans


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Ingredients

Lepp Farms Green Beans, ends snipped- choose thick beans rather than young thin ones

12 tsp Olive Oil is enough for one baking sheet

¼ cup, approx., freshly grated Parmesan Cheese

Garlic Salt seasoning of your choice – I love to use Farmer’s Dotter Garlic Scape Salt


Instructions

Mix all ingredients together. These measurements are general guidelines. You can adjust the amount according to how many beans you’re preparing. The important thing is 2 parts olive oil, 1 part hoisin sauce, 1 part oyster sauce. The sambal oelek and garlic are to taste.

Lightly steam the beans until barely tender. Pour sauce over and serve. These can be served hot or at room temperature and make a great finger food appetizer.


Preheat oven to 425 degrees. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper or tin foil. Lay green beans on

Lay green beans on baking sheet in a single layer, with no overlapping. This ensures they get crispy, rather than steam.

Very lightly drizzle with olive oil, and using your hands, toss and turn the beans around a bit so all sides are coated with a very thin layer of oil. Sprinkle with Parmesan Cheese and garlic salt.

Sprinkle with Parmesan Cheese and garlic salt. Roast for 10-15 minutes, or until golden brown and crispy. If you feel like the cheese isn’t crispy enough, turn

Roast for 10-15 minutes, or until golden brown and crispy. If you feel like the cheese isn’t crispy enough, turn broiler on for 1-2 minutes. Watch carefully so they don’t burn!

Or if you want your beans more “French-fry-like” you can forgo baking them and only broil for 3 minutes on high heat until the cheese is crisped.

These are delicious as a side dish, but they would make a luxurious appetizer served alongside a creamy aioli for dipping. And if you love the added crunch of a flaky salt, sprinkle on a bit of Maldon’s Flaked Sea Salt just before serving.

 

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