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Green Bean Casserole safe

A must for Thanksgiving dinner.

By valeriefender

2009-07-29 01:39:49

This recipe will allow you to keep a Thanksgiving tradition alive--gluten-free style. This will make a huge casserole.

Prep time 10 minutes
Cooking time 35 minutes
Servings 8-10


Olive oil
1 lb button mushrooms (or any other kind you prefer)
6 tbsp butter
2 cups chicken/vegetable broth
2 cups whole milk
6 tbsp flour (sweet rice flour preferably, but brown rice flour works ok too)
1 tsp dry mustard
less than 1/8 tsp cayenne pepper for a little kick (optional)
salt to taste (maybe 1 1/2 tsp)
french fried onions (best to prepare these ahead of time—see recipe on this site for gluten-free)
1 3/4 – 2 lbs fresh green beans, cleaned and cut into 2 inch pieces
1 tbsp soy sauce


1 – Prepare the french fried onions. It would be best to prepare these ahead of time. (See recipe on this site.)

2 – Saute mushrooms in olive oil and set aside.

3 – Prepare cream of mushroom soup.

4 – Melt butter in a large saucepan and once the butter starts to bubble, add flour.

5 – Add spices. Once the roux has cooked/bubbled for a few minutes, add milk and chicken/vegetable broth. Whisk until the sauce thickens.

6 – Once the sauce has thickened add in mushrooms.

7 – Cook green beans for 4-5 minutes until bright green. Strain the water from the green beans. Once they are done, put the green beans in a large casserole dish.

8 – Mix in the soup and soy sauce.

9 – Top with the french fried onions.

10 – Bake for about 35 minutes at 350 degrees or until bubbly.

Category Side Dish
Cuisine North American
Diet Choices Gluten-free
Tags Brown rice flour christmas Gluten-free french fried onions holidays Sweet rice flour thanksgiving


  • curioduo
    Nov. 25, 2009

    OK, so I made this and while I would not give it the lowest learning curve, it is definitely worth it! Amazing recipe!!!

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