Wednesday, November 8, 2017

Roasted Parmesan Green Beans

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I love this time of year and all of the fun parties and delicious foods: my favorite being potlucks.  Don't even get me started on potlucks - I will fill like 3 plates, trying to get a scoop of everything.  These green beans are my new go-to and are perfect to roast in the oven while you're finishing cooking other dishes.    
- 12 ounces green beans
- 2 tablespoons olive oil (divided)
- 1/3 cup panko bread crumbs
- 1/4 cup McCormick Parmesan Alfredo Pasta Seasoning
- 1/2 teaspoon ground pepper
- pinch of salt
1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees.
2. Grease edged-baking pan with 1 tablespoon of olive oil.
3. Combine green beans and second tablespoon of olive oil in a large bowl, toss to coat.
4. Top the green beans with the breadcrumbs, alfredo seasoning, pepper, and salt.
5. Spread the green beans onto the baking pan in a single layer.
6. Bake the green beans for 15 minutes at 375 degrees, then broil for 3 minutes at 450 degrees.
The secret to these green beans is the new McCormick Pasta Seasoning Blends, which, as you can see, aren't just for pasta.  I used the Parmesan Alfredo variety, and they're also available in White Cheddar Mac n' Cheese and Tomato Basil, all with no artificial flavors or colors.  To make the blends into a delicious pasta dish, all you have to do is add water or milk, heat on the stove top, and toss with hot cooked pasta.  As always, McCormick inspires a love of home cooking and empowers all cooks through flavor.  I shopped at Walmart in the spices/baking aisle for my Seasoning Blends.  
Now this is all my kind of comfort food: ham, sriracha mac and cheese (need to share that recipe soon), and roasted parmesan green beans.
What's your favorite thing to bring to (or eat at!) a potluck dinner?


Kelley @ Coastal Kelder said...

You had me at roasted & parmesan!

Kate at Green Fashionista said...

YUM! Adding this to my Thanksgiving menu <3
Green Fashionista

Missy said...

Sounds yummy, I have never seen this seasoning before.

Adrianas Best Recipes said...

What a lovely way ti prepare green beans no doubt that this is an option that I need to try for my holiday dinner party. Thanks for your participation on this shop ~ client

Carly said...

I'm a huge fan of green beans just about any way they are prepared, but these look delicious and might even convince my husband to give them a try ;)

Kristin said...

I've roasted green beans with potatoes but this looks really good.

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