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I have these frozen green beans in my freezer after buying them at Tesco a couple of weeks ago. They cost 78p for the 1 kg bag.I had opened the green plastic bag with a picture of a knob of butter melting on the pictures of green beans. I sealed it again for my freezer by putting a peg on it. If the bag is not sealed by a freezer tie or clip I find them loose beans get into my freezer.
Now I cooked my green beans in the microwave for about 4 minutes. If cooked on the hob they do not need much longer. Full instructions are available on the bag. Do not cook to long as they go soggy and horrible.
Serving these beans I notice they have kept a fair green colour.
Well basically they go fine as a vegetable with most meat dishes I think they compliment bacon /ham/pork well.
I found a website with lots of recipes using frozen green beans including one for a vegetable bake or a green bean and sausage casserole.
Basically these green beans are a good frozen vegetable.
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