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Yummy. Fast and easy. I doubled the garlic as per other's recommendations. Very nice side dish. I can see how sausage or kielbasa would be good in this as well. Thank you.
YUM!!! I tripled the garlic, doubled the spinach and doubled the vinegar. Should have tripled the vinegar! FAB tasting but needed additional seasoning, which we added to each plate in the form of vinegar, salt and pepper. I really loved this one! My 3 and 5 year olds LOVED the beans! Will definitely make again!
I usually do not care for spinach. But this is good and so FAST!! I think it took me 10 min. total. YUMMY
This is fast and delicious! Thanks!
Tried this one night (since I was by myself) and I ate all of it for dinner. It was very simple and good. Thanks for a keeper!!
such an easy and delicious meal. i followed the recipe exactly; thinking i would eat half today and the other half tomorrow. i ended up eating the entire thing today. the flavors are light and blend together so very well. healthy too. thanks for the great recipe.
Yum! I used double the garlic and balsamic and it turned out fantastic.
I liked this dish but didn't care for the balsamic vinegar in it. I would make it again, but just tweek it more to my tastes. Thanks for sharing a healthy recipe thoug. I'm sorry our tastes aren't the same.
I really loved this. So much, in fact, I ate it all myself. BF would have tried some, but I used home-cooked beans and he said they tasted "grainy" (he's a bean-snob). The creaminess of the cannellini beans paired wonderfully with the bite of the garlic and the tangy-sweet balsamic. The spinach was the best part so be sure you use enough- it cooks down so much. I added some extra balsamic as I love the stuff and next time I would add another clove or two of garlic. Thanks for posting! It was a great side dish for our pasta (with homemade organic heirloom tomato sauce! mmmmm!!)
I tried this after reading all the wonderful review and I have to say I didn't like the flavor at all. My husband liked the garlic and spinach part, but not the beans - it was just an odd combo of foods I thought.