Parmesan-Roasted Green Beans Recipe (2024)

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  • Mishelle

    I have a similar recipe except I add in sliced almonds…so much better than that cream of mushroom stuff!

  • Christine

    Made this yesterday. I didn’t have fresh green beans but tried with the organic, whole frozen french beans I had on hand. Thawed them on counter, blotted excess moisture and proceeded with recipe. Wow! It could not have been simpler and more delicious. I am always on the lookout for great “company” food. This fits the bill for great flavors and ease. All five people in my family loved them! Thanks!

  • Tasty Tuesday #6 « mollyritterbeck

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  • cdanna

    what is on top of the beans in the photo?

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      It is the cheese

  • Julie

    I made this tonight and I was really surprised by how much I liked it. I don’t really like green beans or that much parmesean, but the combination was really yummy. Thanks for sharing this. I will definitely make it again.

  • Sue

    Making this tonight. I’ll let you know how it turns out. I love asparagus done this way. Hoping for the best!

  • Sue

    Turned out great! My husband wasn’t quite as thrilled with them as I was. I think I could have cooked them 15 min instead of 20 because they were smaller beans. Great flavor though. I’ll be doing this recipe again! Thanks!

  • Sharon McCartney

    ooooooo! I have to try this!

  • Melissa

    This looks so easy, and sooo yummy! Cant wait to try. Just one thing, Ive tried to print this recipe quite a few times, and it keeps taking me to advertising pages. I cant even hover over the print link without it doing an infolinks popup. Just a little fyi.

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      Try clicking the little printer icon

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  • Elisha Gonzalez

    Did you spray the cookie sheet, cover it with foil, or is the olive oil enough to keep the beans from sticking to it?

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      I use parchment paper.

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  • Roberta

    Just bought the ingredients and will be trying it out this week. Looks and sounds delicious!!

  • Mel

    Made these tonight. They were wonderful. Everyone loved them. My cheese didn’t toast as much as in the picture but the beans had just the right amout of crunch. We will definitely make these again. May add fresh portobello mushrooms next time.

  • stephanie

    if using fresh green beans do you need to boil them first?

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  • G.

    Made these tonight. Turned out good. Although next time I’d bake it for 10 minutes so that it’s still crunchy. However, my husband and daughter enjoyed it, they’re not big on cooked green beans.

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      Yay!! I am glad your family liked the recipe

  • Wickless Candles

    PERFECTION! I was pondering on what to make as a side dish tonight with our grilled chicken when I stumbled upon your recipe. Sounds delicious, thank you very much for sharing!!

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  • Ashley

    Can you use frozen whole green beans with this recipe? If so, any tips so they will still come out similar/crunchy? Thanks!

  • Missa

    I picked up green beans at the Farmers’ Market yesterday, so I could make these tonight! They are delicious! Thanks for the recipe!

  • Carol Anne Roth-Walter

    Yum, Yum, Yum! Consider it pinned!

  • Jessica

    I love your website and the delicious recipes! Thanks for sharing 🙂 However, I am NOT impressed with all of the ads….I hate the infolink ads within the text of the recipe, it makes it difficult and annoying! Great recipe though, I’ll be using it again 🙂

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      Sorry about the ads 🙁

  • Vicki

    I bet this would be good with a little BBQ sauce
    added at the last couple of minutes.

  • Amanda

    Making this right now. Added some thin sliced prosciutto.

  • Sissa

    I have made this several times. My family loves it. It is also good with a little balsamic vinegar added. Yummy!

    • Budget Savvy Diva

      What an awesome idea 🙂

  • Casey Lawson

    I have to say that I made this last night for the first time for me and my boyfriend along with the ranch chicken penne and the balsamic roasted potatoes and it was delicious…..definitely sharing this with friends!!!

  • Heather

    Can you use canned green beans ?

  • Vero

    Do you think this will work with asparagus?

  • Day 3: Pinterest Cooking | The New Mrs. Stott

    […] I made 3 more things that I found on Pinterest: Ultimate Crockpot Mashed Potatoes, Parmesan Roasted Green Beans and Parmesan Crusted Chicken. I followed the directions as listed on those sites for the recipes. […]

  • Ronda

    I’ve done this with fresh broccoli, too. Out of this world!

  • Susan

    Bet roasted slivered almonds would be great. Going to try this one.

  • Sweetasha09

    This sounds delicious! I can’t wait to try it… Thank you for sharing!!!!

  • Sue

    Made it. Loved it. Kids complained there wasn’t enough!

    • Watson


  • Kathy

    I have Parmesan in a jar will this work? thanks

    • Watson


      • Kathy

        Thanks, cooking it tonight!!!

  • Heather Hughes

    Found you through Pinterest. I tried the recipe last night & loved it!
    Thank you!

  • Latha

    I found this thru pinterest and tried it last week. My mom, my daughter and I fell in love and we made the second batch the same day 🙂 My husband isn’t thrilled but I am in love with it. Thanks again for the recipe!

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  • sherry

    I made these tonight with grilled flank steak and twice baked potatoes. They were amazing! I didn’t have any fresh green beans on hand, so I microwaved frozen ones for 3 minutes then gently squeezed as much water out as possible. Then I followed the recipe from there. Definitely a keeper!

    • Watson

      Oh good — this recipe is pretty much amazing

  • gibbs

    Is it grated or shredded fresh cheese?

    • Watson

      that is what I used

  • Kimberly

    Do you use grated cheese in a can or fresh cheese from the deli section?

    • Watson

      I used fresh cheese 🙂

  • Sophie

    We love green beans at our house, am going to try this. What is the other item on the beans that is in the picture? Looks like bacon bits or roasted tomatoes.

  • AlixE

    I switched the oil for Bragg Liquid Aminos (coconut) and used Nutritional Yeast Seasoning instead of the Parmesan. Tasted great and will use on your zucchini & asparagus recipes too!! Thanks -;)

  • Blanca Carrillo

    THIS IS AMAZING! I absolutely love green beans so this was just omg delicious will be making them more often thank you.

  • Lisa Soared

    OMG! I just fell in love with green beans not to long ago this looks delish so need to try it!

  • kelly mcgrew

    made these this summer after seeing the recipe on your Pinterest page… they are so good!! chewy and crunchy and yummy! especially good in the summer when green beans are pennies per lb pretty much!

  • Misty Swearingen

    Looks so good!!!!

  • Martha

    I want to make this really soon!

  • lauren fichter

    perfection. these are so yummy! and also extremely easy.

  • Debbie

    This looks yummy and easy

  • theresa

    omg. looks sooo goood

  • Jen

    Delish! Thanks for the recipe! Family asked that I never make them another way!

  • Desiree

    Ready for garden fresh green beans to try this!

  • Denise De Robles

    This is one of my favorite recipes. I actually made it this week! I love it so much, that I think I’ve made it a least once a week for the past month. Thanks for the yummy recipe.

  • Parmesan Roasted Green Beans

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  • Phyllis K

    Made these today. Simple and delicious!
    Thank you Budget Savvy Diva.

  • Diane McClain

    It looks like cranberries or raisins on top maybe bacon? Was wondering what kind of parmesan fresh shaved or Kraft in jar

  • Heather

    I don’t know what I did wrong. I thought I followed the directions, but the result was super tough.

Parmesan-Roasted Green Beans Recipe (2024)


What seasoning is best for green beans? ›

Spices and Herbs that Pair Perfectly with String Beans (These are Organic Too):
  • Garlic (minced, powder or granules)
  • Onion (minced, powder or granules)
  • Parsley as a finisher with some lemons squeezed on top.
  • Toasted sesame seeds.
  • Classic black malabar pepper and salt.
  • Basil.
  • Oregano.
  • Thyme.
Feb 24, 2021

How to make Paula Deen green beans? ›

Add green beans to pan and sauté over medium heat for 2 minutes, stirring frequently. Add boiling water to pan and cover. Cook for about 15 minutes, just until beans are tender. Add vinegar, butter and salt and pepper and stir.

Should green beans be soaked before cooking? ›

Here's a secret you may not know: You don't actually have to soak your beans at all. Just add them to your pot and plan on cooking your recipe for another hour or two beyond the usual cooking time. Keep an eye on the level of liquid, adding more water, broth or stock if the pot looks dry.

What to add to a can of green beans to make them taste better? ›

  1. Pour the cans of green beans into a pot liquid and all.
  2. Add the beef bouillon, bacon bits, dried minced onion, salt and pepper.
  3. Stir everything together, bring to a simmer and let cook for 10-15 minutes.
  4. Serve and enjoy!
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How can I make my beans more flavorful? ›

Dried beans cooked with sea salt and water are delicious, but adding an onion, garlic, or other aromatics to the pot will make them even more flavorful!

Why are my roasted green beans tough? ›

If your green beans are tough after roasting it most likely means one of two things. Either the green beans you used were a bit too mature and tough (this method is best with slender green beans, especially haricots verts, or French green beans) or you didn't cook them long enough.

Why add baking soda to water when cooking green beans? ›

Your Beans Will Cook Faster

Well, creating an alkaline (or basic) environment by adding a small amount (about 1 teaspoon per cup of dry beans) of baking soda to your soaking/cooking water can actually help your beans cook faster.

What makes green beans taste good? ›

A little butter, minced garlic, and lemon-pepper seasoning are all you need to bring the best out of fresh green beans.

How to fancy up green beans? ›

Then, I toss the blanched beans with olive oil, lemon juice and zest, garlic, and salt to pep up their flavor. Serve them just like that, or dress them up more with toasted almonds or pine nuts, grated Parmesan cheese, red pepper flakes, or fresh herbs like basil, parsley, or thyme.

How to cook green beans Jamie Oliver? ›

Put a pan of salted water on to boil. Meanwhile, trim the the beans. Once the water is boiling, steam or boil the beans until tender. Drain well, then tip the cooked beans into the bowl with your dressing and toss everything together, making sure all the beans get coated.

How to spice up fresh green beans? ›

Butter: A bit of butter adds a rich flavor and helps the seasoning stick to the green beans. Seasoned salt: Buy seasoned salt from the store, or make your own seasoned salt at home. Chili powder: This is an unexpected knockout seasoning. Chili powder adds a touch of spice and color without being too overpowering.

What happens if you don't rinse beans before cooking? ›

"If you rinse your beans thoroughly, you will have a consistently flavored product, but if you do not rinse them, different amounts of salt will remain in the dish each time you cook it, and it will be hard to cook consistently," he says.

Is it OK to leave green beans in water overnight? ›

The correct way to cook green beans with soaking method is to soak them in water overnight or at least 3 to 4 hours before cooking. Long soaking time helps to soften the green beans and thus, reduces the cooking time and saves gas.

Is it okay to leave fresh green beans in water overnight? ›

A 12-hour soak in cold water before cooking helps hydrate the beans and considerably shortens cooking time. Ideally, beans should be put to soak the night before they are to be prepared and be kept in a cool place, or in the refrigerator, to avoid any fermentation taking place.

How do I jazz up green beans? ›

A light sprinkle of red pepper flakes can add extra oomph and a bit of heat to your green beans. Start small and add more, to taste! Add Almonds Some Crunch. My favorite variation is adding some toasted sliced almonds for a little crunch.

Should I season beans before cooking? ›

Adding salt to the cooking liquid (the broth, if you've made a soup) and letting the beans sit for at least a half hour is the best way to make sure your beans are properly seasoned. The beans will absorb the salt via the liquid and the humble, earthy flavor of the beans will be a hell of a lot more noticeable.

What makes green beans so good? ›

The vegetable helps fight inflammation and is a good source of folate and potassium, which helps regulate blood pressure. Green beans also are a good source of protein and fiber, which helps lower cholesterol, Vadiveloo said. "Fiber is underconsumed by U.S. adults and children, and it's good for gut health," she said.

Why do you put baking soda in green beans? ›

Some people (especially food service establishments relying upon your satisfaction) add an alkaline ingredient, such as baking soda, to the cooking water to help retain the color of green vegetables.

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