Flageolet Beans with Rosemary and Thyme

  • deannelc Posted: 01/25/13
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    Meh. This recipe was ok. Nothing stood out as being dreadfully wrong, but I'm not inspired to make it again.

  • lizlutz Posted: 01/30/13
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    I tried this recipe twice ( to use up the rest of the beans) and I won't be making it again. The second time I used a slow cooker. It's a bland recipe and I really can't see 2 people giving it 5 stars.

  • bjane1 Posted: 10/14/13
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    Yum! This reminded me of a slow cooked cassoulet without the meat. Used Great Northern beans, added a chopped onion on the advice of another reader, and did not use any oil. Excited to try other slow cooker bean dishes now...this was so easy.

  • Jessie86 Posted: 02/22/13
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    This is so easy! The only alterations, I like to add one yellow onion and I use a 16 oz bag of cut baby carrots in place of the sliced whole carrots. I make this at least once a month.

  • Boldercook Posted: 01/02/13
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    Absolutely delicious: gluten free, nightshade free and vegetarian! I soaked the beans ahead of time, used vegetable "no chicken broth" as well as hot water and added MORE garlic. Delicious and easy.

  • chai224 Posted: 01/30/13
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    This was absolutely delicious! I cooked it for 3 hours and 15 minutes on high. It was a little sweet (probably from the carrots), so I just added some freshly ground black pepper over the top of each serving. Fantastic flavors, real comfort food!

  • Oliveoil Posted: 08/26/13
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    Used my slow cooker. Added chicken stock instead of water. Did not presoak the beans. Was very good. Easily adaptable. Will keep as a standby when I need something nourishing and warm and easy to throw together with pantry staples.

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