Green Bean Casserole with Madeira Mushrooms

  • 3Boys4Me77 Posted: 11/30/11
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    This was good. However, it was a lot of work for what it turned out to be.

  • dewo0019 Posted: 11/22/11
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    I thought this was amazing, but then again, I haven't ever had traditional green bean casserole. I also made the following changes to make it easier: used dry thyme instead of fresh, used Burgundy wine instead of Madeira, and used sliced baby bellas (8 oz). Our family loved it!

  • alliemariek Posted: 11/23/11
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    I really liked the idea of taking the basics of a traditional green bean casserole but using fresh ingredients instead of canned soup and canned beans. We made this for dinner last week as a practice and it was great so we will be having it for Thanksgiving. I also subbed the mushrooms for sliced baby bella. The only problem is unless I'm crazy the measurements seem to be off. 1 1/2 cups of green beans was nowhere near enough, 3 cups of onion was way too much, and even 16 oz of mushrooms was a tad on the heavy side, and at the same time it didn't seem quite "saucy" enough, so the second time I made it I used a little more wine and chicken broth.

  • kimmer99 Posted: 11/06/11
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    Made this for dinner tonight. I didn't have Madeira so used dry sherry and the supermarket didn't have shitake mushrooms so I subbed sliced baby bellas, otherwise I made it as the recipe suggested. We enjoyed it, and it will be making an appearance on our Thanksgiving table this year.

  • SeattleSheri Posted: 12/22/11
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    A nice alternative to the traditional green bean casserole!

  • vking2 Posted: 11/14/11
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    I'm not a big fan of green bean casserole but we really liked this version and will be serving it on Thanksgiving. I found Shitake mushrooms but also used dry sherry-I'll buy some Madeira for Thanksgiving. Easy to make as well!

  • AmyConaway Posted: 04/23/13
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    Would not make again as written, not flavorful. True, beans need to cook longer if you do not like them "al dente".

  • abriola Posted: 12/23/12
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    This recipe turned out so bad. I don't care for crunchy beans and I should have cooked the beans longer. The other ingredients clumped up and tasted terrible. Even my opossum wouldn't eat it.


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