6 Reviews

Sometimes I like rosemary and sometimes I don't but this salad is GREAT!! and it uses my new favorite bean, the cannellini bean. Like someone else I liked it after it had set a while and I liked it cold a whole lot. we had this as a side to grilled burgers and brats but I think this is going to be a good lunch box salad also.

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MollyJ July 25, 2009

This recipe is delicious. I added diced chicken breast, and it was a delicious one dish meal. Very satisfying- I look forward to making it again!

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gross.s.e May 16, 2008

I liked this but alas, not enough to do it again. Very easy to put together and I do love beans and tomatoes (which is what prompted me to try this recipe), but I didn't care for the end result. ( (The above comments were my original review but I would like to add that I came accross the leftovers a couple of days later and found that they were much tastier after being in the fridge for a couple of days. Also I liked it much more served cold, rather than hot.

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bert May 10, 2007

This was a wonderful side dish. It's great because it's made with ingredients that we always have. Thanks for posting!

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herby June 29, 2006

This one gets a five for both flavor and ease of preparation. Didn't have a can of stewed tomatoes, so I just used a can of regular tomatoes and added finely minced onion & green pepper. Very hearty and warming and could not be easier to throw together. Thank you Gayla J for sharing the recipe.

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BonnieZ March 29, 2006

This had wonderful flavor! I added grilled chicken with garlic and sauteed a bag of baby spinach before serving and it was a great main entree. Many thanks!

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kitchendiva September 01, 2005
Tuscan Beans and Tomatoes