£3.05£3.59 per litre
These soft white beans date back to the 16th Century in South America when the sailors offered it to Pope Clement VII. The monks who were put in charge of looking into optimal conditions for acclimatisation soon discovered that the Marais Poitevin had the best environment for growing them. Carefully sorted, the beans are soaked, drained, rinsed then blanched and sorted again. They are the perfect accompaniment to the Cured ham from the Vendée region
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Customer reviews (18)
Jar leakage spoiled other products delivered
have bought this three times now, I have to plan my meals as I live on my own so its a lot of beans to get through but great price!!
easy home made baked beans
I batch make baked beans with these for healthy breakfasts which I take to work. So easy with these - fry up onion and garlic, ad tomato purée and heat thorough - 2 tsp ground coriander half tsp smoked paprika delicious. Add these beans straight from jar - no need to rinse. Yum!!
Makes a meal
Fry a little chorizo or lardons, add other flavours like pearl onions, garlic, sweet peppers or mushrooms and pour over the contents of this jar. Leave to simmer until gloopy. Just eat. So warming, satisfying, delicious and filling.
Tasty and easy to make many hot and cold meals with.
Very nice but jars can leak
Delicious, but agree with reviewer who said that the beans spill out of jar. Doesn't always happen, but it can do and it makes a real mess. Seems that the lid is sometimes not strong enough to hold the beans in Unfortunately, I can't risk any more spillages