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|Calories350Calories from Fat190|
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|Calories from Fat190|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Sargent 18 days ago
Great recipe !! Made it and used 3 cans of cannellini beans, should have used one more. Used canned beans. Easier and just as tasty !! After it was made, added some catsup and/or hot sauce. Great taste. I am sure it is the "second day" better taste theory. Freezing the rest for a cooler fall day !!!
Anita B. 2 months ago
It was very good! And I will definitely make it again. I used canned beans. It did come out more like a soup. I’m glad I didn’t use the full 2 cups of broth! Otherwise I didn’t change a thing! Crusty bread was a good side!
Susie Born 2 months ago
Amazing & easy everyone loved it. I added red wine vinegar at the end to the adults portion and it gave it a nice flavor. Will make again
Teresa M. 2 months ago
Very tasty. I used canned beans and made it more of a soup.
Chiarella 4 months ago
Great! I made this knowing my husband would love it, but was shocked when my 15 year old daughter loved it so much she ate the leftovers for lunch the next day and has been asking me to make it again ever since! This is shocking because she loves her junk food and this is a very healthy dish. I made mine with the turkey kielbasa. It is easy to make, tastes great and stores well for leftovers.
Jenny Byrnes 5 months ago
I used turkey keilbasa and it was pretty great
Sandra 5 months ago
My Beans were Fabulous 👍
Wilson 5 months ago
I made the whole thing in a cast iron skillet. Easy and good.
Laura Evers 5 months ago
We liked it, didn't have spinach so we used brussel sprouts which were roasted in the oven before being added at the end. Used turkey keilbasa. its tasty good for a cold day.
Krista 5 months ago
Easy to make, and it’s delicious! I added some diced potatoes.
Lucas 5 months ago
I added salt, onions and sauteed them with the garlic after browning the sausage. I also used collards instead it was very good
Stephanie Sauder 5 months ago
Easy recipe. I served it over brown rice.
Jamie 5 months ago
I didn’t use the sausage and used vegetable stock instead. Perfect vegan recipe.
Mehwash Mohiuddin 5 months ago
I added some more spices - red chili powder and turmeric cuz it’s a little bland for our taste, but worked out well! I want to try it with diced chicken breast next time
Paul B. 5 months ago
looked for this recipe for a long time. why, heslthy eating options with white beans and spinach. really hesthy recipe. followed recipe with mjnor changes, swansins low sodium broth, crush garlic, and started with one cup each of celery, onion, and green pepper (trinity).. sweated the trinity then added the garlic. reason for the increased vegetables, more fiber. when adding the spinach added 1/4 teaspoon of red pepper flake for heat. i remember this fish with a kick. this dish is a sunday italian staple in Pennsylvania and in north Philadelphia. can be eaten as side dish or main course.
Sullivan-Torres 6 months ago
This is a very flavorful dish. It starts out somewhat like a soup but cooks down to a bean meal. This is a good one pot dish. I used pressed garlic and half portion ground oregano.
Roxann W. 6 months ago
So flavorful, I used a can of Rotel tomatoes, delicious
danielle maze 6 months ago
Great inspiration though made several changes based on what we had on hand. Used brats for sausage and kale instead of spinach and just sauteed everything instead of using broth.
Christina B. 7 months ago
Easy and quick. I used chicken andouille sausage. I will certainly make again. Came out a bit more like a soup but still delightful.
Sondra S. a year ago
Susan O'Neill 2 years ago
I substituted Aidels Italian sausage for kielbasa-- we loved it! So easy!
Jenny Hurt 2 years ago
Very quick and easy to make. Very tasty too!!