A wonderful dish made with olive oil, haricot beans, marinated artichoke hearts, freshly ground pepper and Pecorino Romano. It's truly delicious and will bring out an Italian flair to any meal.
If this is unavailable, substitute in Parmigiano Reggiano.
very yummy! didn't get 4 servings, unless it was supposed to be a side item. also, i'm not a fan of the whole dish being the same color, so i added some chopped fresh parsley. the flavors were good & it was super easy! i will be making this again. - 12 May 2007 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Good flavor but my can beans never got crisp. In fact, they turned to mush as I expected they would. Canned beans hold too much moisture and are already too soft to pull any kind of "crisp" off. Like I said, the flavor is good but I think the only way to pull this off successfully is to cook up some dried beans beforehand, under cook them a bit, and let them drain really really well before you ever begin. I saw some complaints about the marinated artichokes but this is what I used and I have no complaints there at all. - 24 Jun 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
It is surprisingly very good! I didn't think the flavors would blend well, but they did. Only problem was that the garlic burned (maybe I had the oil too hot), but otherwise very good and very filling. Even my husband liked it and he'd never had artichokes before! - 02 Jan 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)