Fried green beans are a delicious idea for a particular aperitif. The peculiarity of this recipe, in addition to the beans themselves, is that I used a different batter than usual, much denser, and then I passed them in the breadcrumbs, so they are really super crunchy;) You can serve them alone or combined with other vegetables , for example eggplants and peppers cut into sticks for a riot of crunchiness that will make you and your guests happy!
I must say that I missed the fried green beans, but I appreciated them very much and I can’t wait to do them again! Have you ever tried them? Let me know in the comments 🙂

  • Doses for 4 people:
  • 300 gr of green beans
  • 150 gr of flour 00
  • 50 gr of grated Parmesan
  • 190 gr of water
  • 100 gr of breadcrumbs
  • Seed oil for frying
  • salt (optional)
(100 ml = 3.4 fluid oz. – 100 grams = 3.5 ounces – 1 liter = 34 fluid oz. – 1 kilogram = 2.205 pounds – 100C° 212F° – 180C° 356F°)
  • preparation: 20 min
  • cooking: 10 min
  • total: 30 min

Method

How to make fried green beans

First, clean the green beans, removing the ends on both sides.
Wash them under running water, drain them well and steam them for 5 minutes.

Switch to the preparation of the batter: pour the flour into a bowl and begin to gradually incorporate the water, stirring with a whisk, then add the Parmesan too, still continuing to mix.

Start to dip the green beans a few at a time, sprinkling them with the batter, then pass them also in the breadcrumbs.

Heat the oil in a pan, then start frying the green beans, turning them to brown them evenly and then draining them on paper towels as they are ready.
If you deem it necessary, salt slightly, but in my opinion thanks to the Parmesan the batter is already quite tasty.

The fried green beans are ready, bring them to the table and serve immediately.

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