ESCAROLE AND BEANS

Mushrooms have long been used to cleanse the body. In this dish, just a bit of dried mushroom powder adds a punch of flavor while boosting health benefits. In addition, white beans support the Lung and garlic and escarole support the Liver.

Mushrooms have long been used to cleanse the body. In this dish, just a bit of dried mushroom powder adds a punch of flavor while boosting health benefits. In addition, white beans support the Lung and garlic and escarole support the Liver.

Yields1 Serving
 1 Tablespoon of olive oil
 4 cloves of garlic, chopped
 Freshly grated sea salt, to taste
 1/2 teaspoon of mushroom powder*
 1/2 can (10 ounces) of white beans, such as cannellini, drained
 1 head of escarole, washed, chopped
1

Warm the olive oil in a sauté pan.

2

Add garlic and sea salt to taste. When the garlic is fragrant, add the mushroom powder and beans.

3

Mix gently.

4

Add the escarole and mix again.

5

Cover and let cook, about 5 minutes, or until the escarole is wilted.

6

Serve as a side dish or atop pasta for a more hearty meal.

7
8

*If you do not have mushroom powder, substitute with 1/3 c white wine.

9

Let the wine cook down before adding the escarole and beans.

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Ingredients

 1 Tablespoon of olive oil
 4 cloves of garlic, chopped
 Freshly grated sea salt, to taste
 1/2 teaspoon of mushroom powder*
 1/2 can (10 ounces) of white beans, such as cannellini, drained
 1 head of escarole, washed, chopped

Directions

1

Warm the olive oil in a sauté pan.

2

Add garlic and sea salt to taste. When the garlic is fragrant, add the mushroom powder and beans.

3

Mix gently.

4

Add the escarole and mix again.

5

Cover and let cook, about 5 minutes, or until the escarole is wilted.

6

Serve as a side dish or atop pasta for a more hearty meal.

7
8

*If you do not have mushroom powder, substitute with 1/3 c white wine.

9

Let the wine cook down before adding the escarole and beans.

ESCAROLE AND BEANS