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Sausage and White Bean Stew

February 3, 2013

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I was attratced to this recipe originally because of the white beans, which I happen to love!  This was quick, easy and really really good!  I did change it up some.  The original recipe called for chorizo, I wanted more of an italian flair so I used a tomato-basil sausage that my local grocery Lunardi’s makes (I think right there in the store).  As well whatever green you want, it doesn’t have to be spinach, you could do chard, kale etc.  This is a pretty versatile recipe so just go for it and please enjoy!

My source for this recipe was my wonderful bonappetit magazine that always has fantastic recipes.  For more white bean recipes, click here.

In a large non-stick pan add olive oil to medium heat. Add sausage and cook stirring frequently until browned but not cooked all the way through. Set aside, cover with foil to keep warm. In the same pan add your onions, and cook for a couple of minutes stirring occasionally. Add your garlic continue cooking until onions are soft. Drain cannellini beans and add to onions and garlic. Add your chicken broth. With back of spoon crush a few beans to thicken sauce. Add sausage back in. Bring to a slow boil and cook until slightly thickened. Add salt, pepper and red pepper flakes to taste. Add spinach by handfuls and cook until just wilted. Divide among bowl and top with freshly grated parmesan.

Serves: 4

Total Time: 45 minutes


3 Responses to “Sausage and White Bean Stew”

  1. Shirley James Says:
    February 4th, 2013 at 9:06 am

    So good to receive one of your recipes – it has been awhile. Looks yummy and simple. Thank you, Mom.

  2. Inna Says:
    March 13th, 2013 at 1:48 am

    I shouldn’t look at these on fast sunady. Panchito in Cartersville made us chilaquiles the first time i ever had them and they weren’t fried duros, and i loved them. I prefer them a little soft still. But panbazos or Laura’s mole? Sweet sassy molassey that would hit the spot.

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