One of the easiest things to grow in the early summer season is green beans. There are so many great varieties available making it a plant and crop I highly recommend. This past summer I grew the bean Mascotte which technically is perfect for containers but I grew direct in the ground. This is the recipe share with just the right amount of spice that you can enjoy any time of the year.
Creole Sausage and Green Bean Casserole Recipe
Who doesn’t love sausage and some southwest spice in their beans? This is the recipe you can enjoy in the summer after the bean harvest.
What is Creole Spice?
Creole spice is basically a mix of black pepper. onion powder. cayenne pepper. dried leaf oregano. dried thyme. These spices are best fresh.
Green Beans in The Home Garden
Look at these green beans! I’ve been growing them (and picking to eat ) in my garden for years. I hope these images inspire you to try some next year. With varieties like Mascotte, there is no excuse not to!
I’d love to hear from you so be sure to send me a message on my contact page or comment in this blog post. Do you grow beans? You should! One of my favorite things to grow and share how with others so don’t be shy and connect with me.
Happy Growing a Garden You CAN EAT!