- Soups - navy beans will taste great along with vegetables, mushrooms, potatoes, or cereals
- Pancakes - blend the cooked navy beans, add spices, herbs, egg and flour, form shapes of pancakes and fry on both sides
- Baked - you can bake the navy beans similarly as ground meat, for example for lasagne or moussaka
- In sauces - navy beans can be a delicious meat replacement in sauces
- Mash - blended navy beans can be served as a side dish
- Salad - cooled navy beans can be mixed into a salad to enrich its taste
- Spread - blend the navy beans with stewed or roasted vegetables, cooked rice, flakes, oat flakes, mushrooms, cooked cereals, nut and seed spreads, and a little bit of high quality extra virgin olive oil
Navy beans come from America, where they were domesticated by indigenous people. Navy bean gained its name according to the fact that it was widely used in the diet of American soldiers at the end of the 19th century. It is necessary to pre-soak navy beans for at least 8 hours before cooking and then boil them in fresh water for 40 minutes.
Organic food always goes through a system of checks and certifications that ensures their quality and enables them to bear this designation. Their organic quality is particularly appreciated by people with an interest in organic farming and a sustainable farming system.
CompositionNavy beans*. May contain traces of gluten. *product of controlled organic farming.
Store at relative humidity up to 70%.