This was really good. I made a few changes. I used smoked turkey sausage instead of italian and cut it prior to putting it in the crockpot, I added garlic salt (about 1 tbsp I think), I used 4 garlic cloves instead of just 1, I did not drain the beans or tomatoes, I added a little salt and pepper before starting the crockpot, & I cooked it on low for 8 hrs.
Posted before I was finished. This tastes like beans with spaghetti sauce. I can eat about anything but I cannot eat this. It's in the garbage and I am picking up pizza for dinner. There is no way the family will eat this. One of the worst recipes I have ever tried
I thought this was great. Since my man likes things spicy I made this with jalapenos diced into it and an extra clove of garlic. Although the original version is delicious as well. Just simple and good
This was yummy and easy to make! Definitely will make again! I did increase the garlic per other reviews and checked the liquid after 1-1/2 hours and the liquid was fine. I did not drain the diced tomatoes since hubby & I like having sauce to dip our bread in.
this one is a winner! easy, quick and great tasting. my husband claims this was one of the best crock pot recipe's i've ever done. i would check the liquid level after 1.5 hours instead of 2. great recipe, this one is now a family favorite!
I have made this recipe twice so far and it has been absolutely delicious both times - so simple yet savory and flavorful! Both times I doubled the garlic to 2 cloves and used sweet Italian sausage. The first time, I didn't have the beans called for but I used cannellini beans and black beans and it was still delicious. Next time, I'm making a double batch. A hearty, filling winter stew!
I was a bit skeptical of this recipe in the beginning because it has so few ingredients, but it is really flavorful. I doubled the amount of garlic recommended and used Johnsonville Smoked New Orleans sausage. This is absolutely delicious. I'll definitely make it again.