Fresh green beans tossed with fresh garlic, soy sauce and a light oil; then roasted until tender make a delicious side dish to any Asian style meal.
This recipe for Soy Sauce Roasted Green Beans is an oldie, but goodie and I first shared it back in May 2012. The picture isn’t the best, but it’s one of those simple recipes that goes with just about any meal, so I wanted to share it again.
Such is the case when I made this recipe for Cashew Chicken with Sesame Garlic Sauce a while ago and wanted a vegetable to go with it. These roasted green beans were perfect!
How do you make Soy Sauce Roasted Green Beans?
To make this recipe you’ll need fresh green beans, garlic, soy sauce, Canola or another light oil and fresh ground black pepper. When roasting vegetables I recommend using fresh versus canned or frozen because then they will literally turn to mush.
I also used low sodium soy sauce and omitted salt from this recipe because soy sauce in general is very salty. Start by trimming the edges of the beans, rinse them under cold water, drain; then add them to a bowl. Next, add the minced garlic, soy sauce, oil and pepper; mix well.
Place the green beans on a baking sheet and roast in a 425 degree F preheated oven for about 15 minutes; tossing halfway through. This recipe for Soy Sauce Roasted Green Beans serves four and tastes great with any Asian style meal. You can try it with other fresh vegetables like asparagus or broccoli too. ~Enjoy!
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- Preheat oven to 425 degrees F.
- Trim the ends off of the green beans, rinse under cold water, drain and add them to a bowl.
- Add the garlic, soy sauce, oil and pepper and mix well. Place on a baking sheet and roast for 15 minutes; turning halfway through.