Celebrate 2004’s Herb of the Year.
Makes about 2 cups
This simple spread combines the protein of beans along with the goodness of raw garlic to make a delicious, nutritious lunch or tasty appetizer when served with a loaf of crusty bread, radishes and imported olives. I like cannellini beans; however, Great Northern, navy and garbanzo beans also work well. For an additional tang, I sometimes chop imported black or green olives and add a few tablespoons to the spread, or use 1 tablespoon of chopped capers.The spread also is good on bagels or pitas, or on a bed of salad greens, and it travels well. You can substitute savory or rosemary for the sage.
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