Yummy and quick and - best yet - made entirely from things that are around in the kitchen anyway. I used 1/2 tsp of dried rosemary instead of fresh, sauteed it for a few minutes with three crushed cloves of garlic (by "crushed," I mean "smacked with the flat side of a chef's knife to get the paper off and then thrown in a pan," not "put through a garlic press") and then added the beans. I thought it needed a little acid to brighten it up; if I'd had lemon juice I would have used that, but since I didn't, I used some cayenne pepper sauce (like Frank's Red Hot) instead. It didn't need any salt but I added quite a bit of freshly ground black pepper. On whole wheat toast with a little grated parmesan, an easy and protein-riffic lunch! Thanks!
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Yummy and quick and - best yet - made entirely from things that are around in the kitchen...