Cranberry Sriracha Green Beans

Cranberry Sriracha Green Beans

Fall is my absolute favorite time of year. I don’t know if it’s all the beautiful leaves on the ground, or the fact that I can cover up in a  cute jacket, without having to bundle up in a stuffy down winter coat. It probably has a lot to do with all the amazing pumpkin recipes, the sweet apple cider, and of course,…Thanksgiving! I’m on to Thanksgiving food weeks before the holiday (and not just because I’m a food blogger)! Case in point: my dinner last night was turkey burgers with cranberry pear relish, fried sage and Paleo pumpkin biscuits. I just can’t get enough of classic Thanksgiving dishes and flavors – I can eat them all year round.

Now speaking of classic Thanksgiving dishes, y’all know how traditional green beans are – especially green bean casserole. I’m not one for casseroles, but sriracha? yes please! Whether you are going Asian or not with any of your dishes – this sweet and spicy recipe makes the perfect Thanksgiving side dish! The sweet cranberries add the perfect festive touch, making this a great addition to your holiday meal. Gobble Gobble!

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crunchy shriveled green beans
spicy roasted edamame
teriyaki mushrooms

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18 thoughts on “Cranberry Sriracha Green Beans

  1. This sounds amazing!I have some home made cranberry sauce, I will definitely try this for shabbos. Thanks agan for your great blog!

    1. Mix it with apples or pears and make a crisp. Or mix it with the sriracha, garlic and soy sauce and pour over chicken or turkey london broil or use it as a dipping sauce for shnitzel.

  2. Can you recommend a kosher sriracha? And what section it would be in at the store? I can never seem to find it. Thanks!

    1. I use Hoy Fong sriracha. It is kosher certified. In my opinion, none of the kosher companies measure up to it. You can find sriracha by the sushi ingredients, or near the Asian sauces, or the hot sauces. Good luck!

  3. This looks amazing!! I try not to cook with any sugar, what would you recommend to use instead bof the cranberry sauce?

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