Chili Smith

Hutterite Soup Bean

Once believed to have been brought over from Ukraine by the Hutterites, a Christian sect, in the mid-1800s, this bean is now thought by some to be a selection from the China Yellow bean, widely grown since the early 1800s. Regardless of its origin they are a delicious creamy white bean. They have tender skins but hold up well to long cooking, making them ideal for soups.

A little tip, cook the entire pound, dry them off and freeze them in an air tight container, and you can add them to soups and salads for a last minute dinner with high protein and fiber.

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