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Quick Cassoulet

Fall 2003, November/December 1994, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Inspired by the rustic--and time-consuming--French classic, our cassoulet, made with leftover turkey or chicken and canned beans, makes a simple, hearty supper.



READER'S COMMENT:
"I used a cup of Whole Wheat Panko Bread Crumbs, no toasting necessary, and it was incredibly delicious! I was delighted that my teenagers also thought it was yummy. I hid the leftovers so I could enjoy it again for my lunch the next day...
Quick Cassoulet

5 Reviews for Quick Cassoulet

09/30/2014
Cold weather classic

Delicious. I used poached chicken (shredded), chicken sausage and leeks instead of onions with good results. Will make again for sure.

Comfort food
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09/30/2014
Cold weather classic

Delicious. I used poached chicken (shredded), chicken sausage and leeks instead of onions with good results. Will make again for sure.

Comfort food
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09/30/2014
Cold weather classic

Delicious. I used poached chicken (shredded), chicken sausage and leeks instead of onions with good results. Will make again for sure.

Comfort food
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01/11/2010
Anonymous

I used a cup of Whole Wheat Panko Bread Crumbs, no toasting necessary, and it was incredibly delicious! I was delighted that my teenagers also thought it was yummy. I hid the leftovers so I could enjoy it again for my lunch the next day...so GOOD, hated to eat the last bite!

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10/18/2009
Anonymous

This has become a staple cold weather recipe for me. I omit the bread crumbs (I usually don't have them on hand), and simmer on the stove for 20-30 min instead of using the oven.Very tasty!

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