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This green bean casserole in individual servings makes a delicious side dish for your holiday gathering. Sarani is sharing her delicious version of the classic green bean casserole.
Green Bean Casserole from Sarani
A Classic Holiday Side Dish in Individual Servings
Before we know it, we are in the 11th month of the year and gearing up for Thanksgiving and then the Holiday break. The part of India that I hail from believes in celebrating everything – our own festivals and then some. Growing up, we did not know about Thanksgiving but we did celebrate Christmas on the big scale. After moving to this country, we have embraced all the new holidays and enjoy celebrating the day in a way everybody else does. So now it is time to whip up some Fall flavors, and I knew that I was definitely try my hands at this individual Green Bean Casserole before I moved on to Holiday goodies.
Hi! This is Sarani and I back with yet another yummilicious recipe! We have been in this country for roughly 10 years. In that 10 years we have started a few traditions of our own as a family. During Thanksgiving break, we prefer staying home, recuperating from the madness of summer and early fall and bracing ourselves for the harsh winter months ahead. The day is usually spent with friends, eating and drinking. Couple of years, we took it slow and cooked a Thanksgiving dinner for just the three of us. We usually get a whole chicken. And there is always a side of green beans. And most importantly, dessert!
This year, I have my heart set on making green bean casserole that I plan to serve in individual ramekins.
Ingredients: Green Bean Casserole with Ground Chicken and Cranberries (Serves 4)
- Ground Chicken – 3/4 lb (or you can use ground turkey)
- Green Beans – 1 lb, trimmed and cut into bite-sized pieces.
- Couple of handfuls of dried cranberries (about 1/4 Cup)
- Onion – sliced into half moons, I used a medium red onion
- Cream of chicken soup – 1 Cup (you can use cream of mushroom soup, if you prefer)
- Grated Parmesan – 1/3 Cup
- Dried Oregano – 1 tsp
- Garlic Powder – 1/2 tsp
- Panko Bread Crumbs – 3/4 Cup (I used pre-seasoned Panko, if you are using regular, do season your panko bread crumbs with some salt and freshly cracked black pepper.
- Milk – 2-3 tablespoons
- Butter – 1/2 tbsp + 1 tbsp, divided
- Salt and freshly cracked black pepper to taste
The process of making Green Bean Casserole with Ground Chicken and Cranberries (individual) –
Next, fry the sliced onions in a pat of butter in a skillet till they caramelize. Mix it with Parmesan cheese and seasoned Panko bread crumbs and set aside. Once that is done, melt 1 tbsp of butter in the same skillet. Then add the ground chicken to it and fry till the chicken browns. Use your wooden spatula to break down the clumps of chicken as you go. Keep it aside.
Lastly, spoon it into the greased baking pan. Sprinkle the onion topping evenly. Bake for about 20 minutes. It is best enjoyed warm.
The 7 yo gobbled up his share of Green Bean Casserole and asked for more.
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