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A kidney-shaped bean of a medium-sized, creamy-white variety.
- ‘Drain the cannellini beans and put into a large pot of cold water to cover.’
- ‘I see no reason why you can't use equally mealy cannellini beans if that is what you have, though I have used butter beans before now and good they were too.’
- ‘Throughout, we ate the delicious Tuscan fare - thin-crusted brick-oven pizzas in Viterbo, spit-roasted pork at an open-air farmers' market in Orvieto, cannellini beans with bread at a wine tasting in Chianti.’
- ‘Jana adds this herbal companionship to a mix of tomatoes, fennel, zucchini, green beans, and cannellini beans.’
- ‘2 Put the cannellini beans, stock, bay leaf and garlic in a pot and bring to the boil.’
Italian cannellini, literally small tubes.
cannellini bean/ˌkanlˈēnē ˌbēn/
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