A Holiday Casserole
For Any Occasion
This green bean casserole has long been a favorite at family gatherings
- Thanksgiving, Christmas or any excuse to get together.
Linda and her father Fred Wood
Linda Rossi in Hawaii 2005
Green Bean Casserole
From Linda Rossi
3 bags - Frozen French cut green
2 cans - Mushroom soup
1 tsp. - Lowry's Season Salt
1/2 cup - Sour Cream
1/4 cup - Milk
1 cup - Grated cheddar cheese
1/2 large can - French's French Fried Onions
1/4 cup - Slivered almonds
1/2 cup - Mushrooms
1 small can - Water chestnuts
Bring green beans to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer for 5 minutes Drain
the water from the green beans.
all the ingredients, including your choice of one of the options above, in a
large bowl and mix together until well blended.
Spray pan with Pam and put in the green bean
mixture. The green been mixture should be in a pan big enough to give the
mixture about 2 inches to 3 inches in depth
Bake at 365 degrees for approximately 45
minutes or until heated through and bubbly.
Just before removing from the oven, sprinkle
the French Fried Onions on top and bake until golden brown.
Interesting facts about
FRENCH'S® French Fried
Questions & Answers
is the shelf life of French's French Fried Onions?
A: The shelf life of French's French Fried Onions is 12 months from the
date of manufacture. To determine the date of manufacture, look on the
bottom of the container for the Julian Date Code. This code consists of a
letter followed by a 5 digit number. The letter represents the
manufacturing location, the first two numbers represent the year the
mustard was produced and the next three numbers is the day of the year.
This would be a number from 001 thru 365.
Q: Can you refrigerate French's French Fried Onions?
A: Yes, but the fat will cause the onions to taste fatty right out of the
refrigerator. Once they reach room temperature, they will taste normal.
Q: Are French's French Fried Onions gluten free?
A: No, they are not gluten free. They do contain wheat flour.
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