The onion-topped green bean casserole is a Thanksgiving mainstay. This version, while full of familiar flavors, is a bit more elegant, and dare we say it, a lot more flavorful.
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Make Ahead Tips
The beans can be boiled and refrigerated up to 6 hours ahead. The remaining ingredients can also be prepped up to 6 hours ahead and held in the refrigerator. An hour before finishing, remove the beans from the refrigerator to come to room temperature.
This is my idea of a green bean casserole! As a Canadian transplant to the south, I was delighted to see this version of a Thanksgiving staple. So, so, so good!
I made this today for Canadian Thanksgiving and my guests loved it! I didn't have any sherry vinegar so I used some rice wine vinegar and it turned out great.
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