White Bean Soup (Fassoulatha)

November/December 1990, EatingWell Fast & Flavorful Meatless Meals (2011)

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A simple, rich stew of white beans. Serve with Mediterranean Tuna Panini.

"A great white bean soup that remains familiar to me and our family. I boiled some water and soaked the beans for an hour for faster cooking. "
White Bean Soup (Fassoulatha)

14 Reviews for White Bean Soup (Fassoulatha)

Great Comfort Food

I used chicken stock not water and tossed in a large ham hock. I also cooked it in a crockpot - so definitely didn't stick to the letter of the recipe but it came out amazing. I will absolutely make it again.

okay, don't be afraid to spice it up

bland. Tastes good with lots of pepper though :) Also keep an eye and water as necessary

Awesome with changes

To those who made this using water as the liquid, I agree it would have been very bland, which is why I used vegetable stock instead. I also added one tin cracked black pepper and roasted garlic stewed tomatoes. I added 3 cloves garlic plus pretty much doubled the oregano and I added parsley. I cook a lot so I could tell it would have been bland without the additions. With my additions, this is delicious! Next time I might add one diced sweet potato but I didn't have any. To get more protein, I ate this soup with a lentil pattie (no bun and no condiments - it doesn't need it) so this was a really enjoyable meal.

Good amount of beans
White Bean Soup (Fassoulatha)

When I try a new recipe and it is not that good, I usually just toss it and forget about it, but this was the most awful I have ever tried and just had to make a comment. For those who liked it I am assuming they like food without any taste.

Nothing about this recipe was good

I just finished making this soup and so sorry I did. What a waste. I keep trying to add seasoning to it to make it taste like something, nothing is working. I will probably just toss it out. It is so bad. Do not make this soup.


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