I used feta cheese and let people sprinkle parmigian. Very good flavor all blended together and I gave it a dash of white wine, because, why not!
I used the chickpeas too as I didn't have any cannellini beans. I didn't have any parmesan and used Ramono which is a little stronger, but fabulous. Thank you
I'm always looking for a meatless, high protein meal during Lent. This was wonderful. Very filling and healthy. Served with whole grain bread, salad, and, of course, red wine.
I made this for myself and my boyfriend and it was so yummy! I used whole wheat pasta and surprisingly he still liked it a lot. Thanks I'll be making this again!
Easy to make and delicious: a great midweek meal! I made this exactly to the recipe, except for adding closer to ten cups of baby spinach leaves - I love spinach - and some fresh basil. I loved the cannelloni beans in this too. I found Kozmic Blues photograph enticing; it was that in part which drew me to the recipe, so I used pasta shells as in the photograph. How’s that for midweek lack of imagination! I’ve thoroughly enjoyed one portion of this tonight. Really yummy! And I’m taking the rest to work tomorrow to share with work colleagues! Thanks for this recipe, Marie!
Wonderful and Easy, what more could anyone want!!! I added some sauteed and crumbled turkey Italian sausage, DH feels the need for meat in his meals. A real delight with some crusty bread on a cold western NY evening!
Marie, this was delicious, and SO simple to make. Instead of elbows, I used whole wheat pasta shells. I also had to use chickpeas instead of cannelini beans because I grabbed the wrong can at the supermarket!! : <. BUT, I must say, the chickpeas worked quite nicely in the dish. My guests all loved it and ALL went back for seconds. I will definately be making this quite often, and PROMISE to try it with white beans next time