Cannellini beans are the underdog of beans. One of those ingredients you can’t say you crave, but you can say tastes good every time you eat them.
These are typically enjoyed in greek, Italian and mediterrainean cuisine, typically made with a tomato base. I was inspired by this one greek take away spot in Kings’ cross, who was always infamous for its vegan-friendly options.
What I’d typically get is their boiled white rice, salad of the day and their cannellini beans, in tomato-ey sauce – All in one cheap and cheerful takeaway box.
What’s in cannellini bean stew?
For this stew you’ll need cannellini beans, chopped tomatoes (canned is okay), bell pepper, onion and some stock, spices and seasonings.
What does white bean stew pair well with?
This stew pairs beautifully with rice, as well as quinoa and cous cous. You can also pair this with some roasted potatoes, or even some creamy vegan mash! The choice is yours, it goes well with pretty much anything.
We hope you enjoy this cannellini bean stew, it was fun putting it together. Thanks for choosing veganising it for your recipe inspiration, be sure to bookmark this for future reference.
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