Chewy with a little bit of a crisp bite, there’s something magical about roasted green beans. I added a sprinkling of J&D’s Bacon Salt and brought noshing up an entirely new level.
J&D’s Bacon Salt is a company staple, bringing vegetarians and bacon aficionados alike smoky, salty flavor for years.
Tip: Bacon salt contains 0 carbs and 0 calories per 1/4 tsp.
I really love the kick of bacon salt. With a believable smoky flavor, the deliciousness of salt, and the peppy colors of its ingredients, it’s like happy confetti on your food. And because so little is used per serving, you can easily eke about 6 dozen uses out of each, small bottle.
This dish is gluten free if you use salt or garlic salt in place of the Bacon Salt (which contains wheat). Pair with Baconnaise dipping sauce for a treat that tastes like Red Robin’s Campfire Onion Ring Sauce.
Roasted Green Bean Fries
12 ounces green beans (low sodium if canned)
2 Tbsp olive oil
1/4 tsp J&D’s Bacon salt (or salt)
Optional: Dipping Sauce
Preheat oven to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
Rinse beans and pat dry. In a small bowl, combine olive oil and seasoning. Toss green beans with oil mixture. Spread onto a cookie sheet with sides.
Bake for 25-30 minutes, turning them over at least once half way through.
Remember to put the green beans in the oven. This is key.
Makes 2 cups green bean fries, or 4, 1/2 cup servings.
J&D’s Bacon Salt
Price: $3.99 for 2 ounces (about 71 servings)
Usefulness: As a sprinkle wherever salt and seasoning are desired.
Positive: Kosher Certified Kof-K Dairy
Negative: Contains hydrolized protein, a sometimes-MSG migraine trigger
Store Locator: Where to buy
Disclosure: J&D’s provided this product free of charge for review, but this has not affected my review of the item.