These Easy Teriyaki Green Beans are Sweet and Tasty! Perfect to have alone or paired as a side dish to your favorite meal.
“EWW Green Beans?” Believe me, I used to not like them when I was younger. I was forced to eat and then finish them or else I wouldn’t get any dessert. I think cause my green beans were made the “Filipino” way. I remember they were so awful and salty! Then one day my mumzy told me that the saltiness came from they soy sauce and little salty fishes that were added to the green beans.
Now that I’m older and trying to watch what I eat, I came across meal prepping back in 2015. (Also when I started this blog). Back then, it was all about fit foods and eating clean. I was so into eating clean, that I ate food in its whole form or at least tried to and include ingredients that were healthier. I followed so many Fit Instagramers and mimicked the clean foods that they would make. Seriously, check out my Instagram and scroll all the way to the bottom.
Many times, they would have a lot of meal prep Mondays going on. They would include protein, carbs, and veggies. The top picks for veggies used were either asparagus, green beans, or broccoli’s. I would bake a lot of chickens or ground chicken/turkey and included various types of veggies as my sides. As far as carbs goes, I had white jasmine rice at the time. HELLO! Filipinos always have rice in their pantry!
Easy Teriyaki Green Beans Overview:
I huddled these Easy Teriyaki Green Beans with Jasmine Rice and this tasty Sweet Ground Chicken. It’s totally perfect to bring as a meal prep idea for your lunch or dinner if you work those late hours.
Sometimes I just eat these these Easy Teriyaki Green Beans with rice itself. The saucy sauce makes it addicting against the carbs with no flavor. Other times, I like to have them with quinoa.
I try to use ingredients with no salt or have low sodium. If you feel the need to add salt to this easy Teriyaki Green Beans, by all means do so for your taste benefits. (Please note, I am not your Doctor nor your Nutritionist). Naught-E and I rarely use salt or at least I think he doesn’t. Who knows if he sneaks in a few shakes of table salt! LOL -SHRUGs-
You can mix these Easy Teriyaki Green Beans with any protein. I’m sure you gluttons love them with a juicy piece of steak! In fact, let’s go fancy with these Easy Teriyaki Green Beans and pair these up with my Browned Buttered Pork Chop or my Maple Lemon Chicken Thighs.
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Easy Teriyaki Green Beans
- ½ lbs bag Long Green Beans
- 1-2 tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil
- 2 tbsp Organic Coconut Aminos
- 1 tsp Low Sodium Soy Sauce
- 2 tbsp Coconut Sugar
- 2 tbsp Chopped Onions (any kind)
- 1 tbsp Organic Garlic (minced)
- 1 tsp Garlic Powder
- 1 tsp Onion Powder
- ½ tsp Cayenne (optional)
- Organic Sesame Seeds for garnish
- Dash of #Temptation
- In a large pan/skillet, heat oil over medium-high heat. Add the green beans, onions and garlic. Saute and stir occassionally for about 4 minutes.
- While that beans are cooking, prepare the sauce by mixing the rest of the ingredients in a small bowl. Add the mixture to the pan and saute for 2 minutes until sauce has thicken.
- Serve in a bowl and toss in some organic sesame seeds.
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We love green beans at my house. This looks like a great must try recipe.
Yes indeed! Hope you try these too. Thanks😊
These look really good! I’ve never had teriyaki green beans, so I may just have to try them!
Oh you should try these first cause its sweet!
That looks spectacular! I love dressing up my veggies like this. Just wondering how much 1/2 bag of green beans is? I’m from Norway, so I’m guessing the sizes of the bags may vary too.
Oops! Sorry i forgot to add that. I used 32oz bag (16oz for half).
Ooh this looks super yummy! I definitely need to try this out.
Thank you! Hope you try these. They’re super delish!
Oh my goodness!! Yum!! Can’t wait to try!
Let me know if you like them 🙂 Thanks for stopping by
Yum! We love green beans. Love this teriyaki spin on them. Definitely trying!
Sweet! Hope you all like this recipe 🙂
Greens are my favorite vegetable but I never add a teriyaki flavor with it before. I’m going to try it the next time I have them.
That’s awesome! You’ll like this if you want a hint of sweetness 🙂
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I love green beans!! This recipe looks so delicious! Can’t wait to try this one out!
Thanks! I hope you like them 🙂
I love green beans. I this looks delicous, thanks for sharing!
Thank you! Theyre super delicious 🙂
Looks totally delicious! And healthy!!!
Thanks! I tried to use healthy ingredients 🙂
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My stomach growled while reading this!! These green beans look YUM!!!
LOL I hope you grabbed something to eat! Thank you, hope you make these green beans one day 🙂
I am always looking for ways to prepare veggies for my family and green beans are one they will eat. I can try these over the holidays.
That’s great! Not many people like green beans. Glad you’re family does and hope they like this recipe =)
I love this unique take on green beans! I feel like I always make them the same way (with butter and salt) and that’s it! Thanks for the new idea!
I feel you! Change is always good. Hope you try these one day!