Crispy Miso Green Beans

Eating your greens never tasted so good! These gluten-free crispy green beans are quick sautéed then mixed with miso butter and tossed with toasted almonds for the most amazing flavor!

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Crispy Miso Green Beans

Savory, slightly salty and addictively delicious! Plus, it requires just 4 ingredients and 15 minutes!

If you’re looking to amp up your usual veggies for Thanksgiving or an everyday meal, these this Crispy Miso glazed Green Beans are for you!

A fresh take on a traditional veggie, they are crisp, savory, a little salty, a little nutty, and addictively delicious!

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Best part?

All you need is 4 ingredients and 15 mins!

You’ll need fresh green beans, miso, butter or dairy-free butter and sliced almonds.

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And they come together quickly!

First you need to mix the miso and butter with a spoon or fork until well combined so it makes a super simple but uber savory miso butter.

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While this cools in the refrigerator for 5 minutes, toast the sliced almonds in a dry saute pan.

Then the green beans are quickly sautéed in a dry pan to crisp up.  They will get charred a bit.

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Then you add some water to the pan and steam them for  just a minute or two to get tender.

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Lastly, the green beans are sautéed with the miso butter for a few minutes and topped with the toasted almonds.

The entire dish comes together in 15 minutes or less!

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This recipe is adapted from  and inspired by my long time friend, herself a total foodie and mom of a celiac child, who has been serving this at Thanksgiving for years.

My friend also happens to be the same friend who shared her gluten-free stuffing recipe with us! Thank you!

Hope you love these green beans as much as we do!

Scroll down for recipe and leave a comment if you try.

Recipe

Crispy Miso Green Beans
 
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This quick and easy gluten free dish is a fresh take on a traditional veggie, Quick sautéed green beans mixed with a super savory miso butter and tossed with toasted almonds. Crisp, savory, a little salty, a little nutty and addictively delicious!
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Recipe type: Veggies, Sides, Thanksgiving
Cuisine: Gluten-Free, Vegetarian, Vegan optional
Serves: serves 8
Ingredients
  • 2 tablespoons butter or dairy free butter, softened
  • 2 tablespoons gluten-free white miso (we use Miso Master Organic Mellow White Miso)
  • 1½ - 2 pounds green beans, ends trimmed
  • heaping ¼ cup sliced almonds, toasted
Instructions
Miso Butter
  1. In a small bowl, mix butter and miso with a fork or spoon until well combined. Refrigerate 5 minutes.
Toast almonds if you have't already
  1. Heat a small saute pan over medium high heat, add sliced almonds and sauté for 2-3 minutes constantly shaking the pan or stirring the almonds. They will quickly brown so don't leave them, and remove from heat when toasted to your liking. This step only takes a few minutes but greatly enhances the nutty flavor.
Green Beans
  1. Heat a large nonstick sauté pan (preferably one with a cover) over medium high heat until well heated. Add green beans and sauté in the dry pan for 3-4 minutes or until starting to crisp and "blacken" or "char" a bit.
  2. Add 4-5 tablespoons of water to cover the base of the pan, stir green beans, then cover pan and steam for about 1-2 minutes or until water evaporates. Remove cover. Green beans will be green and tender but not overly soft.
  3. Add miso butter* to the green beans and toss to coat. *Start with ½ the miso butter and add more as desired. Saute an additional 1-2 minutes over medium heat or until miso butter melts and green beans crisp. Do not over cook or beans will get too soft. Remove from heat and place in a serving bowl.
  4. Top with toasted almonds and serve.
Tip: if you have extras, heat them up the next day in a saute pan to get crispy again.

 

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