by Matt Gillespie February 22, 2017

This traditional American classic is a fantastically easy recipe for the Grill. Special thanks to GoSun user Terry Urbine for submitting this delicious recipe!
 
Yield: 4 Servings
PrepTime: 15 Minutes
Cook Time: 30 Minutes
 

INGREDIENTS

2 cups fresh Green Beans
1 can Cream of mushroom soup
1/2 cup Milk
1 can Water chestnuts, chopped
1/2 can French fried onions
Salt and pepper to taste
 
GoSun Solar Grill Green Been Casserole

 

DIRECTIONS

Grease pan, add beans. Mix soup and milk together, add seasonings. Pour over green beans and top with onions.

Preheat stove to #3 and insert food. Cook until steaming and enjoy!

 

Finished Green Bean Casserole

 

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    Matt Gillespie
    Matt Gillespie

    Matt Gillespie is an industrial designer, permaculture educator, and co-founder of GoSun. He has lectured periodically on permaculture, crowdfunding, and renewable energy technology at the University of Cincinnati's DAAP and Mother Earth News Fairs across the country. An avid gardener, cyclist and outdoor explorer, Matt brings his passion for connecting and serving others to the GoSun Team.


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