Haricot beans are little off-white oval shaped beans and are the beans that homemade baked beans are made from.
By buying and cooking with dried beans rather than canned beans, you will not only enjoy a much nicer taste after they have been cooked, but you'll also save money!
Cooking with Haricot Beans
To prepare: Rinse the beans thoroughly, then pre-soak overnight – place in a pan and cover with 5cm of water. Drain the beans the next day and rinse. Preparing this way will really improve their texture and reduce the cooking time.
To Cook: Rinse and then add to boiling water and boil for 20 minutes before simmering for an hour on the stove. If you have a pressure cooker, they will cook in around 20 minutes. You can mash the beans or add to a tomato sauce to make some delicious baked beans – once you’ve eaten home-made baked beans you won’t want to buy the canned version again. They also make a great soup – just add vegetable or chicken stock and your choice of vegetables and meat.
Haricot Beans - Organic
Ingredients: 100% organic dried haricot beans
For allergens see ingredients in bold.
Due to the way our food is stored and packaged, this product may contain traces of other allergens due to cross-contamination.