Recipe by Bean Education & Awareness Network
"Use fresh sprigs of rosemary to garnish this zesty combination of great northern beans, herbs and spices. Serve with assorted breads and crackers. Pinto beans may be substituted for great northern beans."
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dried rosemary, chopped
2 (15 ounce) cans
great Northern beans, rinsed and drained
1 1/3 tablespoons
white wine vinegar
crushed red pepper
salt to taste
OK, I hate beans, but was trying to introduce more of them into my diet. I made this and doubled all the spices for fear of getting that beany taste I hate. It was really good (though I will follow the recipe next time, as the spices were a bit overwhelming). It was good hot (though it never became "bubbly" as the recipe suggests), but I think next time I might try it cold. It is a major accomplishment that I am going to try this recipe again, given that I don't like beans!!!
this one was a hit at my last BBQ, no one had any idea that it was a bean dip.
I also hate beans but I know they are very good for you, so I decided to make this recipe based on another bean-hating reviewer's positive comments. I was afraid of this turning out too "bean-y," so I used all the ingredients except only one can of the beans (a lower-sodium brand from Whole Foods). And I used fresh instead of dried rosemary. I put the mixture in a pie plate and then into the oven and crumbled two pieces of bacon on top. I baked it for 20 minutes (it didn't bubble) but it was great as a dip with whole wheat pita bread pieces. I would definitely make this for a party or even eat it for dinner again. Bean haters, give this a try!
You have to really like rosemary to love this spread. I thought it was good but a little too rosemary-y. Next time I will use half the rosemary and some other herb or spice, not sure what yet. Mine never did bubble either and got a little dry, could use some moisture or creaminess. Maybe I'll try adding a little cream cheese next time. Tasted good with Frank's Hot sauce.
I won't discourage anyone from making this, but considering I like all the ingredients and disliked the outcome, just try it as an experiment. The rosemary really threw it off for some reason.
LOVED this, and it was a huge hit at a cocktail party I attended over the weekend. I didn't bother baking it....just let it suffice as a spread, and it turned out great. I also added a bit more rosemary to it. Will definitely make it again! I served it with a second dip (Braunschweiger party spread), and the combination complimented each other very nicely.
I did not care for this recipe at all! The rosemary was so overpowering, it really cleared my sinuses. I would never use this recipe again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Baked White Bean and Rosemary Spread
Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 6
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