White Bean with Tomato
Our White Bean with Tomato is a hearty stew-like soup, lightened up with fresh rosemary and thyme. We make it using whole beans and chunks of fire-roasted tomatoes to get you through the coldest winter. This soup packs some serious protein and fiber!
White Bean with Tomato Soup and Andouille
Andouille is the unsung hero of Cajun cuisine. The spiciness in the sausage is a perfect compliment to the deep flavors of White Bean with Tomato soup. Slice an uncooked Andouille sausage and brown in a saucepan. Once cooked, add a full container of soup and heat. Serve with a butter lettuce salad and creamy dressing. Pair with Amarone.
White Bean with Smoked Ham & Homestyle Cornbread
Cornbread is a great way to serve a hearty meal, and it’s a crowd pleaser for adults and kids alike. Start by preparing your favorite cornbread recipe. While the cornbread is baking, warm up the White Bean with Tomato soup and add some diced smoked ham. Serve the soup and cornbread together, and make sure to have honey butter on hand! Pair with Dolcetto.
White Bean with Smoked Duck in a Pastry Puff
Smoked duck is now available in many grocery stores and can make for a simple and elegant meal. Cut frozen pastry sheets into 4 inch squares and bake pastry according to its directions. Once baked, separate the pastry into two layers. Place one layer in the bottom of a shallow bowl and cover with ½ cup of shredded duck, then smother with heated White Bean with Tomato soup. Place the second pastry layer on top and serve immediately! Pair with Champagne.
White Bean Dip with Smoked Cheddar
Pour one container of White Bean with Tomato soup into a saucepan. Simmer on medium heat until soup is reduced and very thick, then transfer into an oven-safe dish and layer the top with grated smoked cheddar. Broil for a few minutes until cheese is hot and bubbly. Serve with chips, crackers or crusty bread. Pair with a big Pinot Noir.
White Bean with Tomato Soup with Pancetta and Escarole
Fire roasted tomatoes and pancetta come together in the perfect marriage of smoky flavors. Crisp 1/3 cup of chopped pancetta in a sauce pan over medium heat, then add the White Bean with Tomato. When hot, add 1 cup of chopped escarole and allow to wilt slightly before serving. The slightly bitter flavor of escarole balances the creamy beans – delicious! Pair with Chianti.
White Bean with Tomato Soup and Roasted Garlic Spread
For an aromatic and easy accompaniment to a bowl of White Bean with Tomato soup, slice the top off of a bulb of garlic, drizzle olive oil over the bulb and bake in the oven for 35 minutes at 400 degrees. When cool, squeeze the base of the garlic bulb and the cloves will slide out easily. Mash the softened cloves and spread on sliced, slightly toasted baguettes and dip into a bowl of hot soup. Pair with Sauvignon Blanc.
|Serving Size 8 ounce (227g)|
|Servings per Container||about 3|
|Amount Per Serving|
Calories from fat 40
% Daily Value
|Total Fat 4g|
|Saturated Fat 1g|
|Trans Fat 0g|
|Total Carbohydrates 28g|
|Dietary Fiber 10g|
|Vitamin A 64%||Vitamin C 14%|
|Calcium 8%||Iron 13%|
|*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000-calorie diet.|
nutritional information *per serving
- 184 Calories
- 64% Vitamin A
- 14% Vitamin C
- 9g Protein
- Fire-Roasted Tomato
- Cranberry Beans