Bonnie’s Green Bean Poppers

While no one is grading me on keeping up with the posts to this blog during my time of extreme grad-school-related mental distress, I do not want to anger The Tanya lest she dump this blog for a newer, younger, sexier version. And then all you people would be left with is basic American appetizers. And soup.
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So, in an effort to show Nads I have not abandoned this blog for another, consider this is an appetizer appeaser. I have not had this recipe yet, but The Chef drools when he talks about it, so it’s gotta be a winner. And if Bonnie’s artichoke dip is any indication, it is. Observe:
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1 can green beans, long
1 pkg bacon
Catalina Dressing (just a specific version of French, so don’t freak)
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  1. Preheat oven to 450.
  2. Drain green beans.
  3. Cut bacon slices in half.
  4. Wrap a bundle of green beans in the bacon and place them seam-side down in a glass dish.
  5. Drizzle dressing over the bundles.
  6. Cook for 30-45 min or until very crispy.
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1 Comment

Filed under Appetizers, Party food, Pork, Veggies

One response to “Bonnie’s Green Bean Poppers

  1. i looooove catalina dressing. it was all i ever wanted on my salad as a child.

    works great on taco salad too!

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