My mom has always made the same greenbean casserole for as long as I can remember, and it is a lot different than the “normal” GBC. It envolves, corn, water chestnuts, french cut green beans, with crushed town house crackers with butter as the topping! :) mmmmmmmmm
It is not much like any other casserole people make, and personally, I like it best. It is always a tough decision when deciding to share a recipe, but since I am trying to start blogging more, I thought now was a good time. :)
First things first || Ingredients:
3 cans french cut green beans
1 can shoepeg corn
1 can water chestnuts-chopped (or you can get sliced and chop them yourself)
Mom uses 1 cup finely diced onions. I use 1/2.
1 can cream of celery
Salt and Pepper as needed
1 stick butter, melted
1 roll Crushed townhouse crackers
Drain the 4 cans of veggies and spread in an 8×10 [glass prefeered] cooking dish
Chop onions and water chestputs and spead on top
I drop the cream of celery soup in about 9 blobs and spread bake 350 for 35-40 minutes
*I changed the recipe a little because I found people tend to like the french onions on top, so I crunch them and ADD them to the top.