Yields1 Serving
INGREDIENTS
 3 lbs. Fresh Green Beans frozen is ok too
 8-12 slices Bacon
 8-10 Potatoes small, redskin
 1 Red Onion medium
 1 tbsp. Garlic minced
 2 cp. Chicken Stock
 2 tsp Granulated Sugar
 1 tbsp. Sweet Smokey Joes Creole Kick
 1 tsp Salt and Pepper each, to taste
INSTRUCTIONS
1

Begin by washing and cutting green beans to a medium size (or desired). Set aside.

2

Prepare bacon by chopping into small pieces. Fry bacon in a large pot and remove pieces from pan, leaving drippings at the bottom of the pan for the next step.

3

Begin sautéing red onions until soft, then add minced garlic and dried seasonings. Reduce the heat and continue to stir.

4

Add chopped potatoes and stir generously to coat each one. Add salt, pepper and sugar and continue to stir.

5

Add green beans to the pot along with 2 cups of chicken stock (or enough to cover) and stir well. Cover and bring to a boil.

6

Simmer green beans for about one hour, checking and stirring only occasionally. Serve as a side or alongside steamed rice and enjoy!

Ingredients

INGREDIENTS
 3 lbs. Fresh Green Beans frozen is ok too
 8-12 slices Bacon
 8-10 Potatoes small, redskin
 1 Red Onion medium
 1 tbsp. Garlic minced
 2 cp. Chicken Stock
 2 tsp Granulated Sugar
 1 tbsp. Sweet Smokey Joes Creole Kick
 1 tsp Salt and Pepper each, to taste

Directions

INSTRUCTIONS
1

Begin by washing and cutting green beans to a medium size (or desired). Set aside.

2

Prepare bacon by chopping into small pieces. Fry bacon in a large pot and remove pieces from pan, leaving drippings at the bottom of the pan for the next step.

3

Begin sautéing red onions until soft, then add minced garlic and dried seasonings. Reduce the heat and continue to stir.

4

Add chopped potatoes and stir generously to coat each one. Add salt, pepper and sugar and continue to stir.

5

Add green beans to the pot along with 2 cups of chicken stock (or enough to cover) and stir well. Cover and bring to a boil.

6

Simmer green beans for about one hour, checking and stirring only occasionally. Serve as a side or alongside steamed rice and enjoy!

Southern Style Green Beans