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I don’t know if you have the app Snapchat….I’m sure it’s controversial in some ways, but I got it for my kids to have fun with.  You can do all these crazy faces and funny things.  Also, there are these channels that have these videos and articles.  Food Network is one that my daughter and I really enjoy and we were also watching another cooking one, but sadly, the language just randomly popped up and there was one that was the final straw.  All that to say is that this particular recipe was inspired by one of the videos we saw on there.  I won’t recommend or link to it because of what I already said.

This recipe is intended for the oven, but of course I did it on the grill….you may notice some of the burnt sides….I let it go a little too long and my grill was a little too hot.  They still were eaten, though and still pretty good considering.  I have done them in the oven, as well.

 

Preheat your oven (425°F) or the grill med-med high
Prepare your sheet pan with parchment, spray with cooking spray.  If doing it on the grill, I use a grill pan, but I’m sure you could put them directly on the grates

2 eggs, beaten well

3/4 cup crumbs (I used chex plain cereal or GF crackers, but you can purchase GF bread crumbs)
1/3 cup finely grated parmesan
1/2 teaspoon garlic powder
pinch cayenne pepper
1/2 teaspoon Morton’s Nature Season

1 pound fresh green beans

In a large bowl beat the eggs well.  Set aside.

In another dish combine everything else, except the green beans.  Stir or whisk together to combine.

Dip the green beans in the egg and then roll in crumb mixture.

The second time I made this I was a little bit lazy and actually but a bunch of green beans in the egg at one time and stirred to coat and then rolled in crumbs individually.  Just saying….

Bake in the oven for 10-12 minutes.

On the grill you need to turn them or they will get done (or burnt) on one side.  5-6 minutes per side, more or less depending on your grill temp.