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If you thought sage was meant solely for pumpkin, then think again.  Check out my recipe for white bean, sage and roasted garlic spread on Marcus Samuelsson’s blog!

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52 Responses to White Bean, Sage, and Roasted Garlic Spread

  1. looks so good, I wish I had a cracker to dip in!

  2. Shannon says:

    Sounds divine… off to check it out.

  3. daphne says:

    U know I love my dips-especially with white bean! So I know I will simply adore roasted garlic AND sage!

  4. bellini says:

    I do have a can of these beans sitting in my cupboard. I was going to make a salad but we will see…game plans change.

  5. Just WHOOP WHOOP about the relationship with Marcus Samuelson. I think that is amazing.

    So, which of the Food Network shows will you be appearing on? I see you on Chopped.

  6. This. Sounds. Amazing. Anything hummus-like that has this many fantastic flavors has GOT to be delicious! I would eat it in any season.

  7. Nelly says:

    Ditto on the “just grab a spoon” thing!

  8. Oh congrats on the post! Heading over now.

  9. Ben says:

    Oh yummy! On my way to see the recipe and then back to your blog for the pancakes I eyed on an earlier posts. It’s hard to keep up with you! Hehe.

  10. This would be perfect for my crudite platter at the next barbecue! I am so making this spread.

  11. Lyndsey says:

    Fantastic combo, awesome spread! I have been on a sage kick lately, I like to use it on pork and chicken, even with miso! I also love white bean spreads (I add white beans to my hummus and everybody loves it). One girl even said I usually don’t like homemade hummus, but this is really good! Shhh. don’t tell anyone.

  12. Marisa says:

    You had me at roasted garlic… Yummo.

  13. Candace says:

    What we need to figure out is how to get taste tests of the fabulous food you feature on here! You are my hero! This looks fantastic, Joanne. Simply fantastic! I’ve been wondering what I could do with all the happy sage in my front bed. There’s only so much saltimbocca I can make. The cost of prosciutto is wrecking my budget. :)

  14. Catherine says:

    One of my favorite spreads. White beans make a delicious dip. Ciao Bella!! Catherine xo

  15. I love beans and making this into a dip is just lovely!

  16. Taryn says:

    This looks so good, I want to go make it right now, but I’m supposed to be taking notes on ventilation v. oxygenation…

  17. woww.. thats a newbie to me.. I have to try this .. looks yumm :)

  18. i just came from there… and as I’ve said in my comment over there (which I am repeating over here hehe) Im the sage-nutmeg-pumpkin kind of person. I wouldn’t have imagined that sage could play well with others too haha.
    Do you think canned beans work too? Just wondering…
    It’s been awhile Joanne but it always feels good to come back here all the time.
    xo,
    Malou

  19. this dip makes all my dreams come true–good thing i have all of these ingredients, ready to make this for Saturday night snackage!

  20. That Girl says:

    I like sage in my margaritas. I miss margaritas.

  21. Ooo, this is kind of hummus-y. Yum! I have a ton of sage growing in my garden.

  22. aipi says:

    Now that is a very healthy recipe ~ Yumm too :D Have to try this out :)
    US Masala

  23. Nicole says:

    Got me a couple different hummuses we like. And i trade out cannelloni beans for garbanzo for whatever. And it is all usually a free for all with what ends up in the food processor, but so much fun! Thanks for sharing this one!

  24. looks great you cook with need ingredients

  25. WOW, I think I need to try this one! That garlic pic is amazing Joanne, very beautiful.

    love,
    Camila Faria

  26. Kelly says:

    I love bean spreads and the pairing here with sage sounds wonderful. I agree, an underutilized herb! Lovely Joanne.

  27. Laura Jeanne says:

    wow I bet this would go great with those new pita chips that are out, hearty and crunchy. yummm. Thanks!

  28. I’m always making dips like these. They make such awesome portable lunch ideas! This is a classic ingredient combo. which you make look great!

  29. This is one of my favorite dips, Joanne. :-) Love how comforting and homey it is. :-)

  30. This spread looks super creamy and yummy!

  31. Jen_from_NJ says:

    I wish that I could dip a pita chip right into the screen!

  32. Donna-FFW says:

    Oh that sounds wonderful.. you always choose the best stuff!

  33. Julie says:

    i can tell its getting summer and your kitch is getting hawt. hahahaha <3

  34. Delish! Perfect on some warm sourdough mmmmm

  35. Gloria says:

    mmm Look delicious Joanne! yumm! gloria

  36. elly says:

    LOVE bean spreads, and this one sounds awesome with the roasted garlic.

  37. El says:

    This looks fantastic. I have to make it!

  38. Carolyn Jung says:

    If you have a can of white beans in the house, you always have the makings for a great spread or dip. It’s a lifesaver for impromptu gatherings. I love yours with the roasted garlic.

  39. Sanjeeta kk says:

    Love the healthy spread..garlic in the lentil spread must be a flavorful add. Sent you a mail.

  40. One of my favorite combinations–sage, white bean and garlic. Yum!
    ;-)

  41. Wow- talk about some major flavors going on ,all of which pair perfectly with one another and one recipe I can’t wait to get my hands on- or rather my chip/cracker into:)

  42. Eliana says:

    Running over right now to check this one out.

  43. Chris says:

    Do you think using canned beans would make it horrible?

  44. Joanne, now I know what to do with my sage in summer. I’m getting this big thing for food on bread – bruschetta, tartines and the like, as a way to make a meal out of toppings. Cool beans that you’re on MS site.

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