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Hi! I'm Jennifer Cail and on behalf of Expert Village, I'm going to show you how to make
a green bean casserole as part of your delicious Thanksgiving day dinner. The time has rung.
It's been 25 minutes since we've put up our casserole. Let's check and see how it's doing.
Always make sure that you have oven mitts when touching anything in a hot oven. You're
going to pull the casserole out. You can see that the topping of the onions has been browning
nicely. The important thing you want to do at this point is make sure that it's hot enough.
You can probably tell when holding it as to how hot it is. You don't have to worry about
it too much if this is being put together from room temperature canned items. The only
time you have to worry about the temperature and not having it cooked through is if you've
used fresh green beans, frozen green beans, or you've assembled your casserole earlier
in the day, put it in the refrigerator, and took it out in order to heat right before
Thanksgiving dinner. If your casserole is not quite done, you're going to stick it back
in the oven at the same temperature that you had it originally depending on how hot your
oven runs. Then you're just going to let it stay in the oven for about another 10 minutes
or so. You might want to check after 5 to make sure that it's being heated all the way