Green Bean Casserole made with Campbell’s soup is a southern tradition especially at the holidays.
This Green Bean Casserole Recipe is a family favorite — everyone loves those little crunchy onions. Now, you know it’s getting close to Thanksgiving and Christmas when the French’s Original Onions in a can are showcased at Food Lion. I guess they sell those year round, but they’re sure easier to find during the holiday season. If you don’t what folks are doing with those crunchy onions, then you’ve missed out on the classic Green Bean Casserole made famous by Campbell’s Soup company.
Many a table has been graced with this casserole over the years. If you’ve never tried it, then you’ve got to give it a try. If you have and took a break, revive some memories this year.
- You can mix this right in the pan you're going to use for cooking, but that gets kind of messy. If you have little splashes up the side, then those tend to overcook. So, I mix in a bowl and then pour into the pan.
- Lightly grease an 8 x 8 (or close) casserole dish. Use a pretty one, because you'll serve right from the dish.
- Open the cans of green beans and drain off as much water as possible.
- Pour everything in your mixing bowl (or right in the pan) except 2/3 cup of the crispy onion rings. Save those extra onions for the topping. Stir everything well and pour in the casserole dish.
- Bake at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes. Remove from oven and sprinkle the reserved 2/3 cup on French's onions on top. Pop back in the oven for 5 minutes until the onions are lightly browned.