Servings: 6 as a main course, 10 to 12 as a starter or side
This ingenious combination of tangy yogurt, oil-cured olives, fresh cucumbers, and bunches of fragrant herbs, along with hearty beans and smoky fish, offers intriguing flavors in every bite.
This was really good! I used cannellini beans, no marjoram,as I don't have it in my herb garden, and drizzled olive oil over.I used my own smoked trout, and think even shrimp would be good. I also steamed the beans, just one step, as there are so many ingredients it can be daunting to make this. But it's very simple, and the Greek yogurt is a great touch.
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