Listen, sautéed green beans with onions and garlic is the ultimate side dish for any household.

You can add caramelized onion, red pepper flake, and shredded brussels sprouts for an indulgent twist.

Non-vegans can add a dollop of butter, bacon pieces (not vegan), or parmesan cheese for an especially crowd-pleasing recipe.

Whatever you choose, this garlic green beans recipe is the glue that holds a meal together.

It’s the nostalgia that brings us to the dinner table.

It’s the veggie dish that makes you forget you’re eating veggies.

Cook with a squirt of soy sauce and it’s the perfect stir fry accoutrement. Add a squeeze of lemon juice over the top and you’ve got yourself a refreshing side Summer dish. Cook with a creamy vegan sauce for the perfect green bean casserole. Top with slivered almonds for a classic holiday side.

Literally, the possibilities are endless.

So grab your apron and some fresh green beans, because this sautéed green beans with onion and garlic (minced garlic!) is gonna blow your mind.

How to make sautéed green beans with onion and garlic

Trim the green beans.

Heat a large stainless steel or cast iron skillet. Spread the beans without oil and cook on high heat. Toss every 2-3 minutes. Beans skin will become wrinkly and start showing some spots.

Set aside

Add the olive oil, stir-fry for 2 minutes with salt.

Add the onion. Sauté till translucent.

saute green beans with onions and garlic

Add the cooked green beans back to pan, stirring to combine

Add minced garlic, red pepper flakes and cook for an additional 1 minutes

Serve sprinkled with slivered almonds or sesame seeds.

Sautéed green beans with onions and garlic

A delicious and easy vegan side dish, these sautéed green beans with onions and garlic are sure to be a crowd pleaser.
Course: Side Dish
Cuisine: American, Vegan
Keyword: Green Beans, Vegan, Vegetables

Ingredients

Optional Toppings

Instructions

  • Trim the green beans.
  • Heat a large stainless steel or cast iron skillet. Spread the beans without oil and cook on high heat. Toss every 2-3 minutes. Beans skin will become wrinkly and start showing some spots.
  • Set aside
  • Add the olive oil, stir-fry for 2 minutes with salt.
  • Add the onion. Sauté till translucent.
  • Add the cooked green beans back to pan, stirring to combine
  • Add minced garlic, red pepper flakes and cook for an additional 1 minutes
  • Serve sprinkled with slivered almonds or sesame seeds.

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