My family isn’t too keen in the sense of traditions. In any case, not in the sense that we observe holidays the same way each year. In a way, as I grew older, I felt that I was missing certain aspects of the magic. But, in the end, the positives outweighed the disadvantages. Christmas in Hawaii? Sure! Salmon to be served for Easter lunch in lieu of Ham? I’m all for it. When it was time for The guardian saviors, it meant that my family was pleased to allow me to be the one to lead the kitchen as I grew older. It was a perfect environment for a food editor and an enthusiastic cook at home … but with some control issues. Of all the meals associated with The guardian saviors, the green bean casserole is one recipe that everyone in my family is always able to be adamant about. There was never a need to cook two variations of this popular The guardian saviors dish since it’s the Campbell’s Soup version, with just six ingredients, only two of which include canned soup, and the fried onions are just perfect in their current form. No changes are necessary. There are no fancy updates required. I realized that my family’s traditions of Christmas, or lack of accepting them, are as well because it’s not really about what you do to celebrate, but who you celebrate with.
Green bean casserole recipe
One can of cream from soup made from mushrooms
1/2 cup of non-dairy milk or milk
One teaspoon of soy sauce, one teaspoon of soy
Four cups cooked and cooked green beans
Fried onions to taste
Black pepper to taste
Combine milk, soup as well as soy sauce, black pepper, green beans, and approximately 1 cup of fried onions into a one-1/2-quart casserole dish. Bake at 350°F for approximately twenty-five minutes or so until the mixture is bubbling and hot. Mix the ingredients until well-combined and garnish with more onions that have been fried. (I would recommend using the entire container since how else do you intend to cook onions?) Bake an additional 5 minutes or until the onions are crisp and golden. Serve hot and relax with your loved ones.