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Haricot Beans Organic 500g Dried Pulse - Suma

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Haricot Beans Organic 500g Dried Pulse Suma £2.00



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Haricot Beans Organic 500g Dried Pulse - Suma

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Organic White Haricot Bean is also known as Navy Beans and are popular in French cooking. It is probably best known as the baked bean!

Organic Haricot Beans are cheap, they help to bulk out meat and they are also very nutritious and filling.  Haricot beans have a rich and creamy taste and are best eaten as a vegetable.

To use: Soak in plenty of cold water for at least 8 hours or overnight. Rinse well and cover with water, boil rapidly for 15 minutes, discard this water, then add fresh water and simmer on a lowe heat until tender (around 1 hour). Drain and season to taste.

Nutritional Info:

Typical values per 100g:
Energy 271kCal/1151kJ
Protein 21.4g
Carbohydrate 45.5g
, of which sugars 3.9g
Fat 1.4g, of which saturates 0.2g
Fibre 25.4g
Sodium Trace

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