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Italian Dinner

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Soak and cook in the usual manner:

 

2 cups small white (navy) beans in 4 cups water.

 

Add to the mixture:

 

1 Tbsp dry minced onion

3 Tbsp Tomato powder

2 cloves garlic, pressed

2 tsp salt

1/2 tsp oregano

1/4 tsp rosemary

1/4 tsp basil

 

and cook on low for at least an hour or two - until the flavors are well blended. Alternatively, you can make this recipe in a crockpot.

 

Serve in bowls, garnishing with parmesan or mozzarella cheese. Goes well with homemade garlic bread and salad.

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I really like navy beans and use them a variety of ways but haven't heard of this recipe. Is it yours? I like Navy Bean Soup (always make it with a ham bone when I have it). I love White Chili, which you can use Navy Beans or Great Northerns for.

 

You know we make jokes about our beans and bullets, but they really are valuable!

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This recipe is based off another that was shared with me years ago. I've made so many changes and adaptations to it that I consider it mine.

 

Can you share your white chili recipe? That is also a favorite of mine.

 

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