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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

02/19/2012
Anonymous
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!

low fat, healthy, delicious
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08/09/2011
Surprisingly Good!

This was so good! I divided the recipe in half for two servings - I am not overly fond of spinach so instead of 5oz I used 2 1/2 oz. We've been working on controlling portion sizes and also eating less red meat and more fish and veggies and this is a keeper recipe. Growing up we used to love Heinz Baked Beans on Toast - well, I think this is a much more healthier version and as equally tasty, if not better!

Quick to make, Tasty
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08/10/2010
Anonymous

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 Ciabatta bread sliced in half topped with the cheese. It baked a little longer than the recipe said. I added a little extra pesto at the end too. We ate it in bowls rather than plates so as not to lose any of the delicious broth. Thanks for sharing!

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06/24/2010
Anonymous

We used organic whole wheat english muffins instead of the bread and I have to say that I was a little worried about the taste (even with the bread). But this is a great dish. Everyone in my family loves it, even my 2 year old. And for as low in calories as it is, you are suprisingly full after. Great recipe, definately give it a try.

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06/02/2010
Anonymous

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.

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