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Fasolia Piaz (Bean Salad)

Fasolia Piaz (Bean Salad) created by Ycooks2

This is a delicious bean salad that tastes wonderful when summer's tomatoes come in. Substantial enough for a main course. Serve with a platter of assorted salamis or smoked fish and some crusty bread.

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31hrs 30mins
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  • Cook the navy beans until tender.
  • Drain.
  • Combine the beans with the remaining vegetables and parsley.
  • Season with salt.
  • Shake up the oil with oregano and 2 tblsps of vinegar in a small bottle.
  • Taste.
  • If not sharp enough, add more vinegar.
  • Dress the bean salad and stir gently to combine.
  • Add eggs and stir even more gently not to break them up.
  • Serve on 4 lettuce-lined plates.
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"This is a delicious bean salad that tastes wonderful when summer's tomatoes come in. Substantial enough for a main course. Serve with a platter of assorted salamis or smoked fish and some crusty bread."
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  1. Ycooks2
    Fasolia Piaz (Bean Salad) Created by Ycooks2
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  2. Ycooks2
    I enjoyed this recipe. I thought it was fresh tasting. I used the vinegar and 2 cans of navy beans. I will take for lunch this week. Made for Tastebud Tickling Travellers for ZWT4.
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  3. Inge 1505
    Fasolia Piaz (Bean Salad) Created by Inge 1505
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  4. Inge 1505
    I liked the combination of flavors, but was not overly happy with the outcome. I followed the recipe exactly, except that I coarsley chopped the eggs, as a personal preference. I felt the salad had too much onion, 1/3 cup would have been enough for me, or perhaps my onions are much sharper than greek ones, and I found the taste of the red wine vinegar did not quite fit in. When I do this again, I will use lemon or lime juice instead. I would reduce the olive oil to 3 Tbs, too. I will try this again with the above changes. :)
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  5. evelynathens
    This is a delicious bean salad that tastes wonderful when summer's tomatoes come in. Substantial enough for a main course. Serve with a platter of assorted salamis or smoked fish and some crusty bread.
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