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Saltgrass Steakhouse Copycat Green Bean Recipe _BEST_

Growing up the only vegetable I would eat and I mean the ONLY vegetable was green beans. Back then though, they always came out of a can. Fresh are a little bit more work than opening a can but so worth it!

Saltgrass Steakhouse Copycat Green Bean Recipe


Outback Steakhouse Steamed Green Beans are almost as good as the steaks at the Outback Steakhouse. I have a hard time passing up a loaded baked potato, but I can do it for these sweet and savory freshly steamed green beans.

I like to spend most of my time in the kitchen preparing the main meal. So, when it comes to side dishes, I prefer to keep things super easy. This recipe for Air Fryer Green Beans has less than 5 ingredients and minimal prep. Make this if you want crispy green beans or (for some) a substitute for french fries.

You may be used to boiled green beans or microwaving a can of beans to serve with dinner. But there are plenty of tasty ways to prepare green beans that add flavor. Some of my favorite ways to prepare green beans include:

These sautéed green beans are my favorite way to make green beans! This recipe is quick and easy, and produce the most tender and delicious green beans. They are flavored simply with fresh garlic, salt and pepper which allows the natural flavors to shine through. Sautéed green beans make the perfect side to serve with anything like grilled steak, chicken, meatloaf, or even pasta dishes and are perfect to bring to a barbecue!

These sautéed green beans are pretty much my go to recipe for when I need a side to go with anything. I feel like they can compliment pretty much any dish from any cuisine so whether I am making chicken rice casserole or caprese chicken, these are a perfect side dish. I love that they are made all in one pan on the stove top. That makes it quick and easy both to make and clean up. And goodness knows with three busy kiddos I need help cleaning up!

You can find green beans as a staple food in many different types of cuisines and ethnic regions. This makes them a really versatile side dish for almost anything you find yourself cooking up, from American to Asian, or even Italian. Here are some of my favorite dishes to serve these sautéed green beans with:

When you serve the green beans themselves you can dish them out straight up, or choose a few things to top or garnish them with. I usually do them plain, but if I feel fancy here are a few delicious options:

This recipe is very simple to make, but there are a few variations you can use based on your taste preferences. I will walk through the sautéed green beans recipe with you here so that if you have questions it will hopefully get them answered. If not feel free to drop them in the comments section below and I can try my best to get you an answer. If you just want the quick version of this recipe, feel free to jump down to the printable recipe card below.

Fresh green beans can be cooked in many ways. You can blanch, boil, roast, or my personal favorite, sauté (or pan fry) them on the stove top. Since fresh green beans are fairly tough when they are raw, cooking helps to soften them, making the green beans much easier to eat. I prefer to use thin green beans, also sometimes called hericots verts, because they cook more quickly, but you can use either regular or thin green beans in this sautéed green beans recipe.

In this recipe we keep the seasonings very simple with just salt, pepper and garlic to compliment the natural flavor of the green beans. You can add additional seasonings per your taste preference. Some other flavors that work well with green beans are:

This steakhouse style salad is super quick and simple. You just have to grill the steak, blanch the green beans, make the dressing and put it all together. If preferred, you can pan-fry the steak instead of grilling it.

I made this salad with NY strip steak and tripled the dressing. In fact I used 1/4 cup balsamic and 1/2 cup olive oil. I had all these ingredients, but found the beans (one of my favorites) was not liked by my guests, despite my loving them. I also used toasted pine nuts, sliced avocado (big hit), red onion, and fresh crumbled blue cheese.Put it all on a big platter and let people choose their fix-ins. Salad greens in a bowl.Could have doubled up on the steak. It was Prime NY and I had one very large steak for 3 of us. Could have had two.Pretty presentation and will do it again!

For another copycat potato recipe you should try these Popeyes Mashed Potatoes, or this popular Thanksgiving Cracker Barrel Sweet Potato Casserole. They're both a really great side dish that are perfect for any occasion.

Aside from their hand-cut steaks and baby back ribs that fall off the bone, Texas Roadhouse Steakhouse is also known for their Texas Roadhouse green beans. This simple side dish is actually made with very simple ingredients, making it really easy to recreate at home.

This southern green beans recipe makes one of the best Texas Roadhouse sides and it works wonderfully with fish or meat. We recommend pairing it with grilled swordfish for a light, refreshing meal or Salisbury steaks with mashed potatoes and mushrooms.

Katie Clark is a mom of three with a passion for creating home-cooked meals every night for her family. She has learned the skill of cooking from the time she was young and comes from a long-line of women who love to cook. Over the years, she has developed this skill to not only help her family but thousands around the world with her popular copycat recipes, jello salads, and twists on traditional favorites. She has a degree in journalism and loves to help others succeed in getting dinner on the table!

Panda Express might be one of the last places that comes to mind when you think about green beans. With a menu that includes popular dishes like cream cheese rangoon, chow mein, and crispy orange chicken, it's safe to say that Panda Express isn't exactly known for its vegetables. At the same time, the restaurant chain tends to put green beans in the spotlight in some of its dishes, like its string bean and chicken stir-fry.

When it comes to Southern barbecue chains, 4 Rivers Smokehouse is at the top of the game. Since opening in 2009, 4 Rivers has spread out across Florida into 15 different locations (via 4 Rivers). With a tantalizing menu that specializes in smoked brisket, chicken, St. Louis-style ribs, and pulled pork along with plenty of platter options and a variety of unique signature sandwiches, 4 Rivers offers a bounty of truly mouthwatering fare. The restaurant also offers 10 different homemade side dishes, including Southern classics like cheddar jalapeño cornbread, macaroni and cheese, and Southern green beans.

Since first opening its doors in 1965, TGI Fridays has cemented itself as an American icon (via TGI Fridays). Known for its unpretentious grub and killer drink specials, Fridays has made a name for itself with a diverse menu that offers everything from whiskey-glazed cheeseburgers to sizzling chicken and cheese fajitas. While there are plenty of popular appetizers to choose from like loaded potato skins and fried mozzarella sticks, the green bean fries are easily one of the best starters the restaurant has to offer.

Mostly known for its Southern-style breakfasts and kitschy country store, Cracker Barrel first opened in 1969 (via Cracker Barrel). Typically located along highways, Cracker Barrel is always a solid choice when you need a place to refuel your belly. During the holidays, Cracker Barrel's menu tends to get a little more exciting and seasonal, since it runs limited-time specials like green bean casserole.

Open since 1993, P.F. Chang's now boasts over 200 locations across the country (via ScrapeHero). One thing that sets P.F. Chang's apart from the pack is the restaurant's commitment to freshness. While many restaurant chains cut corners and resort to relying on tons of premade ingredients, P.F. Chang's goes the opposite route and takes the time to cook from scratch, rolling its dim sum by hand, slicing vegetables the old-fashioned way with a little elbow grease, and whipping up sauces to order for stir-fried dishes in searing hot woks. The end result is a menu that's amazingly fresh and delicious from top to bottom. And when it comes to appetizers, one of the highlights at P.F. Chang's is the chili-garlic green beans.

When the green beans stand out in a barbecue joint famous for its smoked meats (via TripAdvisor), you know they have to be good. Since Mission BBQ opened up shop in 2011, it's gone on to spread the delicious gospel of its barbecue into nearly 100 different locations across the United States (via Rent Tech Digital). What's the secret to Mission BBQ's rapid rise to success? One look at the menu should make it abundantly clear.

One of the most luxurious ways to get your greens in is on a grilled steak salad. And luckily for us, Saltgrass Steakhouse has an amazing steak salad on the menu. Featuring center-cut top sirloin cooked to your desired level of doneness on a bed of green beans, tomatoes, olives, romaine, red potatoes, sliced eggs, and blue cheese crumbles, this salad also gets a healthy drizzle of balsamic vinaigrette.

Ask yourself this question: Have you ever craved the green beans at a restaurant so much that you've ordered an extra side of them to take home for later? For many of you, we'll venture to guess the answer is a resounding no. Leftover pizza or Chinese food is a no-brainer. But a pile of leftover green beans? That doesn't exactly rev the engines of our appetite. Unless we're talking about The Habit Burger Grill.

Meanwhile, in a large bowl, combine mixed greens, green beans and tomatoes. Add half of the dressing; toss to coat. To serve, divide greens among 6 large salad plates. Arrange sliced steak on top of greens. Sprinkle with blue cheese. Pass remaining dressing.

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