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Heirloom Bean Blend

Our Heirloom Bean Blend is a visually striking combination of beans, peas and lentils, each with a unique texture and flavor. This versatile assortment is a handy staple for adding hearty texture to classics such as soups, stews and salads.

  • Vibrant array of colors and textures

  • Time saver for any recipe calling for a variety of beans

  • Split peas and lentils add creamy thickness to soups and stews

  • D'allesandro
    Price: $61.02
    $0.38 / Ounce

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    Suggested uses

  • Toss with olive oil and herbs for a quick and simple salad

  • For a twist on the familiar, use as a base for casseroles or stuffings

  • Use in place of traditional legumes in your favorite soups, stews and chili

  • Basic prep

    Sort beans carefully to remove any possible foreign material. Rinse thoroughly, and soak overnight. Strain beans into a large pot and cover with fresh water. Bring water to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 60 to 90 minutes, or until tender. This bean blend produces foam when boiling, so skim the water regularly.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a cool, dry place.

    Ingredients

    Beans, peas, lentils.

    Our Heirloom Bean Blend is a hearty and visually striking combination of beans, peas and lentils, each adding a unique texture, color and flavor to the mix. Larger beans hold their texture during cooking, while smaller split peas and lentils add creamy thickness to classic recipes such as soups, stews and chili.

    Specially formulated to offer an array of color and texture, this blend is perfect for recipes that call for multiple beans. Its simple, one-step cooking process also makes it easy to add a stunning assortment of legumes to any recipe.

    Classic recipe

    Spicy Sausage and Heirloom Bean Stew

    Spicy, hearty and satisfying, this simple stew pairs our richly flavored Heirloom Bean Blend with Italian sausage, aromatics and fresh herbs. A last-minute addition of red wine vinegar adds tangy tartness to counterbalance the stew’s richness.