Not that great. I prefer my own recipe...crushed/chopped garlic cloves, a 1/4 - 1/2 cup finely-diced onion, a bit of finely-diced bacon (optional). The method is the same...no need to saute anything. You can dress it up from there.
I was lucky to receive some locally farmed dried beans from a good friend and so I tried this recipe tonight. I used citrus and habanero flavored olive oil which I diluted a bit with some regular flavored olive oil. The beans were fantastic! I served them with the bourbon and vanilla brined pork chops and Cinnamon mashed potatoes (also Finecooking recipes).
We often serve this with a boned and butterflied leg of lamb that we grill. Excellent recipe.
Fantastic side dish! Great will pork chops!
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