Yes, there’s just something about eating out that makes food taste a little bit better (it’s probably the fact that we don’t have to do the dishes after), but you can’t count out a good home-cooked meal — especially when it involves Disney!
So, when it comes to saving some cash by staying in, it’s probably no surprise that we reach for Disney recipes. Our favorite so far? Probably the Dole Whip (two ways!)…what can we say, we’re suckers for a good Dole Whip! But will we potentially have a new contender in the mix today? Let’s find out!
We’re taking a trip to a Disneyland cult-favorite restaurant today as we make the delicious Panko-crusted Long Beans from Trader Sam’s Enchanted Tiki Bar. Well…kind of! This is gonna be a LOT easier than if we made ’em from scratch, though!
Pro tip: Grab your favorite tiki mug (like this cute Baby Yoda one!) and whip up a Disney cocktail to sip on while you cook! Let’s get into the recipe!
- 1 box of P.F. Chang’s Crispy Green Beans (See? We told you this would be easy and you can totally drink mai tais while you cook.)
- 3/4 cup Mayonnaise
- 1 tsp Sriracha
- 1 tsp Rice Wine Vinegar
- 1 tsp Course Salt
- 1 tsp Thinly Sliced Green Onion; Green Parts Only
- 1/4 tsp Fresh Lime Juice
- 1/4 tsp Chopped Garlic
- 1/8 tsp Freshly Ground Black Pepper
Follow the instructions on the box to prepare the P.F. Chang’s Crispy Green Beans. Yes…the main component of this recipe is really THAT easy. Cook up some frozen breaded green beans. If you can turn on your oven and follow the directions on the box, you can whip up these bad boys!
We cooked ours up in an air fryer cause we basically cook EVERYTHING in our air fryer. As they cook, combine the rest of the ingredients in a small bowl and mix well. Feel free to add more salt or pepper to taste. If you’re like us, you might give it a heavy extra squirt of Sriracha to kick up the heat. Refrigerate until the beans are ready.
When the beans are done, serve! We used some nice tiki-themed bowls to really complete the experience but any old bowls will be just fine. (If you have a souvenir bowl from an Uh Oa! or a Sea Monster’s Embrace at the Enchanted Tiki Bar, one of those will set the mood nicely!)
Pretty simple, huh? Basically, we’re gonna be whipping these babies up every time we can get our hands on the beans, so if you need us, you’ll find us in our kitchens! Or in the freezer aisle hunting for pre-made beans! This is quite possibly one of the easiest yet still satisfying recipes we’ve shared! As Chef Gusteau would say in Ratatouille, “Anyone can cook!” Thanks to the fabulous Heather Sievers for sharing her mastery in the kitchen with us!
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