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Want To Cook Fresh Green Beans? Try These 8 Tasty Ideas

Wondering how to cook fresh green beans so everyone will devour them? It's not that hard when you are armed with gourmet recipes full of flavor and texture.

How about putting fresh green beans in a fragrant Thai curry? Or tossing them with pesto and pasta? Perhaps you'd be tempted by a Nicoise salad with tender green beans? Or a Mexican-style pork roast?

Take your pick from these and other exciting combinations for cooking fresh green beans served with a twist.

THROW THEM IN A THAI CURRY...

Fresh green beans add crunch and color to this addictive Thai chicken curry bursting with flavors of lemongrass, kaffir lime and coconut

Make a Beef and Noodle Salad...

Green beans make a great addition to this tasty stir fry featuring sirloin steak, rice noodles, herbs, chilies, sesame oil and soy sauce.

TOSS THEM WITH PASTA AND PESTO...

Next time you make linguine with pesto toss in some blanched and salted green beans - it's a great way of adding an extra dose of veggies to your meal.

MAKE A KILLER POTATO SALAD...

Wondering how to cook fresh green beans in an exciting new way? Prepare a colorful potato salad with saffron, green beans and herbs.

PUT THEM IN NICOISE SALAD...

Fresh green beans are essential to Nicoise salad. This French classic is made with potatoes, black olives, tuna, hard-boiled eggs and plenty of extra virgin olive oil.

PREPARE A COMFORTING CASSEROLE...

You don't have to wait for the holidays to enjoy a delicious green bean casserole. You'll love the buttery breadcrumb topping and the cheesy filling.

Serve as a Side to Roasted Pork

Make a colorful salsa with green beans, white beans, corn, bell peppers to serve with this splendid Mexican-style pork roast.

PAIR THEM WITH OCTOPUS...

Braised octopus, sautéed chorizo, zesty tomato jam and steamed green beans are the components of this gourmet main course that's perfect for entertaining.

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