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Salad of White Beans & Greens (Fasolia me Horta)

March/April 1994

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During the weeks before Easter, the women and children of Hydra collect basketfuls of the wild greens that grow on the hillsides. The greens are used in salads and soups.


Salad of White Beans & Greens (Fasolia me Horta) Recipe

1 Review for Salad of White Beans & Greens (Fasolia me Horta)

07/09/2014
Anonymous
A good alternative recipe for collard greens

We enjoyed this vegan dish that used a lot of our favorite ingredients: greens, beans, olives, garlic. I didn't have onions so I used a lot of scallions, and threw in chopped raw tomato in the end for color. If were 'great', I'd consider it good enough to serve to company. But it is 'good' enough for a nice, easy to make weeknight dinner.

Tasty, we are olive lovers, the cooked 'dressing' for this warm salad was good.
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