Mpc: OB09 | GTIN:

Organic Cannellini Beans

Organic Cannellini Beans are white kidney beans with a mild, nutty flavor and smooth, tender texture. They are extremely popular in Italian cuisine. Also known as "Italian white kidney beans" or "fasolia beans," they resemble kidney beans in size and shape, but are creamy off-white in color.

  • Approximately 1/2 inch long

  • Hold their shape very well after cooking, making them a great addition to soups, salads and side dishes

  • Certified organic to the specifications of the USDA National Organic Program

  • D'allesandro
    Price: $45.75
    $0.29 / Ounce

    This product will be returning soon!

    Suggested uses

  • Wonderful in soups such as pasta e fagioli and minestrone, hearty stews, cold salads, rice dishes and chili

  • Make a creamy hummus or blend into bean dips and purees

  • Delicious stewed with garlic, olive oil and rosemary

  • Basic prep

    Carefully sort beans and rinse thoroughly. Soak beans overnight. Rinse and place in a large pot and cover with fresh water. Bring to a boil for 10 minutes, reduce heat and simmer, covered, for 1 to 1-1/2 hours until tender.

    Storage & handling

    Store in a dry, cool place.

    Ingredients

    Organic cannellini beans (white kidney bean).

    Organic Cannellini Beans are white kidney beans, also known as "Italian white kidney beans" or "fasolia beans." They are medium sized--about 1/2 inch long-and kidney shaped, with a tough seed coat. This specific variety is very popular in Italian cuisine, appearing dishes such as minestrone, pasta e fagioli soup and the common stewed bean side dish with garlic and rosemary.

    This bean was originally cultivated in Argentina by Italian immigrants and was later taken back to Italy, where they are now grown commercially.

    Cannellini Beans are members of the larger family of legumes, plants used for their edible seeds and pods that boast a high nutrient density with low-maintenance production and storage. They contain high levels of protein, essential minerals and fiber while maintaining a low level of fats.

    Believed to have originated in Peru, beans were spread through trade throughout South and Central America, later being introduced to Europe in the 15th century by Spanish explorers. Known as a high-quality, inexpensive source of protein and nutrition, they have become diet staples in many cultures and are now widely produced in Asia, Europe and North America.

    Classic recipe

    White Bean and Goat Cheese Spread

    This creamy spread takes advantage of the smooth texture of our Cannellini Beans paired with fresh goat cheese. It's great served spread on freshly toasted (or better yet, freshly grilled) slices of a hearty sourdough or whole grain bread.