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White Beans, Spinach & Tomatoes over Parmesan Toasts

The EatingWell Healthy in a Hurry Cookbook (2006)

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Three words describe this dish to a T: comforting, simple and fast.



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"The entire family loved this dish. We are trying to find tasty, meatless meals that are quick to make. This definitely fit the bill. Our three kids all said this was a keeper and sometimes they are hard to please. I used multi-grain...
White Beans, Spinach & Tomatoes over Parmesan Toasts Recipe

15 Reviews for White Beans, Spinach & Tomatoes over Parmesan Toasts

05/28/2010
Anonymous

This is a marvelous dish. Very tasty and easy to make. Low in calories, high in protein. Perfecto - I give it a 5 star rating. Thank you

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05/26/2010
Anonymous

I prepare a white bean cassolet with 3 cloves chopped garlic sauted in olive oil in microwave, drain whole canned plum tomatoes cut up, chopped parsley, 3 sliced shallots cooked with garlic. Broil chicken sausage in toaster oven and drain and slice and place on top of casserole and reheat. Simpler and all in one pot. I might add spinach...but would dilute strong flavors.

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05/22/2010

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.

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04/20/2010

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

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04/16/2010
Anonymous

This dish looks great I may try it less the sodium. May use mrs. dash for seasoning instead. All that sodium can have your heart beating in your head!

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