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This is marvelous. To be honest I think it would be every bit as good without the meat and the bean spread is the true highlight here. To lower fat as much as possible I used some of the liquid from the beans to replace the oil and fat free mozzarella cheese in place of the parm. Very tasty, fresh and easy. Really top notch!
I forgot to review this after using Thanksgiving leftovers. Didn't have red onion (used chopped chives) or tomato (used diced red pepper). Delicious. I doubled the bean spread to eat with veggies. It's very similar to hummus.
Fabulous. I followed everything exactly as written, except I used cracked pepper turkey from the deli, whole wheat tortillas and baby spinach leaves instead of arugula. This made a great lunch. Thanks for sharing! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tage Game.
This is a wonderful wrap!! I used navy beans. I also used dried thyme instead of fresh and omitted the arugula and cheese. Otherwise followed this recipe exactly and was blown away at the flavor! I am a college student and am looking forward to packing this wrap up for a school lunch, it's very filling! :) Thanks for a great keeper.
These were delicious! I cut back a little on the thyme (personal preference) and used spinach because the store was out of arugula. I think this recipe lends itself to a number of interpretations--i.e using basil instead of thyme, ham instead of turkey, adding roasted pepper instead of tomatoes, etc. The bean spread is wonderful and would provide a nice base for a variety of meats, cheeses and greens. Thanks for a great recipe Redsie! This one will be made often.
This was very tasty and a nice change from our usual sandwich roster. The kids weren't that keen on it, but DH and I ate it up. I really liked the bean spread and will definitely use it for other sandwiches, instead of butter. For that idea alone, it deserves 5 stars. A more 'adult' sandwich, and highty recommended.