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Trish’s Cannellini Baked Beans

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This is a super-affordable and very satisfying dish that my friend Trish made for lunch today. She is instructing my girls about knitting while I am catching up on some work – a little blogging. Knitting would have been fun, but maybe next time…

Sauté 2 large, sliced onions till very soft and yum. Add a teaspoon of cumin and stir in a can of chopped tomatoes. Simmer this for 10 minutes or so. Then add a can of cannellini beans – and when heated through, tip into a casserole dish and top with grated cheese. Bake till bubbly, at about 160°C (325°F).

We ate this with bread and a salad of leafy greens and feta.

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Oniony goodness!

It would be possible to substitute the beans for pasta, or cooked or cubed potatoes. Or you could spoon this beany dish over a baked potato, and that would leave everyone full and contented.

Speaking of baked potatoes, why not try this Take 5 recipe too?

– Margôt de Cotesworth

Take 5 and Cook: cooking fabulous food with just 5 ingredients. Read our blog for more free recipes

 

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