This was a very easy but still tasty meal. I would recommend letting the bean & tomato mixture sit off the heat for a few minutes before serving. It won't be as piping hot but the sauce will thicken and that makes it easy to sop up the juices.
I tried the recipe this afternoon. I didn't have any spinach but plenty of kale so I substituted the kale. It was so delicious I'm not certain I'll ever use spinach it's like a reduction of a wonderful Tuscan soup.
When I first made this I didn't think it looked like anything special. Well I was wrong. It is delicious. Instead of thick pieces of toast I used thin multi grain buns split open and broiled them in the broiler with the cheese just for a few minutes.Then topped them with this awesome tomato bean mixture. These are really worth trying. They reheat the next day just great. Love em.
i uesd canned tomatoes and canned black beans i added mrs dach garlic powder and chli pepper spice blend and garlic blend topped with mozzarella cheese and brolied it for a few and served it with red pepper. it isdelicious i didnt have white beans so i used black beans drained yummy
Filling yet light and tasty I have tried this recipe several times now (with or without the bread) and I love it. Being a vegetarian this dish is great for its nutritional value (iron minerals dietary fiber). I often add nutmeg because it pairs up nicely with spinach. To alter it to your personal taste I suggest experimenting with herbs and spices. I like to add some cayenne pepper. Fast easy and delicious! Pros: low fat healthy delicious
I made this because it was a meatless meal for lent; I knew my husband would like it. I was surprised to find out that my 15 year old son LOVED it! My 12 year old son did not rave about it but he did eat it. We all thought it was a keeper.