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Re: White Bean Recipe Needed

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Posted by QSis on March 06, 2012 at 21:19:01:

In Reply to: White Bean Recipe Needed posted by Fred on March 06, 2012 at 09:43:03:

Here's one from this forum that I copied to my files. You can add diced ham to make it even better!

Kristine used a bottle chimichurri (I'll add her link) but I love making my own.


Posted by Kristine on September 28, 2007 at 11:31:40:

In Reply to: Substitute for beans posted by Jesters on September 28, 2007 at 09:08:58:

I did this for a BBQ when I was visiting my Dad in Mpls and it was a HUGE hit...
I did it for 50 people so I am doubling for 100.

12 cans small white beans, drained and rinsed.
4 cans diced tomatoes
1/2 cup red wine vinegar
1 cup chimichurri sauce*
4 cups diced sweet yellow onion
3 cup diced sweet red pepp-er

I found avacados 3 for $1 so I bought a dozen and sliced and topped the salad with them to make it especially delicioso. I premade this the day before and refrigerated, but this is really best served room temperature.

* Let me know if you need a recipe for this. I used a really wonderful fresh tasting bottled one that I had brought with me, so it was super fast and easy.

Yes, to drain the tomatoes, homegrown fresh tomatos would be fabulous but not for 150 people! hahaha - and you know, I thought about black olives myself, but sometimes I think I have a tendency to get carried away with adding extra stuff, so I JUST controlled myself.

The name of the Chimichurri is Monte Albó. I left a link to their website. I hope you can order online because this is the BEST I have ever tasted- so fresh its amazing.

This salad got raves and disappeared much faster than the potato salad and my coleslaw w/grated granny smith apples. So I can guarantee its a winner.
• Chimichurri Sauce

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