Hidatsa Red Bean
Rancho Gordo Hidatsa Red Bean
Thin-skinned and dense, Hidatsa Red bean is an unusual red bean with a soft, creamy interior. Bred by the Hidatsa tribe of the Dakotas, Hidatsa Red may look similar to other red beans but the similarity stops there. It has a unique, melt-in-your-mouth texture and rich, beany taste. A thin skin helps make a delicious bean broth that can be used for making rice or soup, but it’s not likely you’ll have much leftover.
Suggestions: Minestrone soups, soups,casseroles, salads, and chili con carne.
From The Rancho Gordo Kitchen: You can use Hidatsa Red in any classic “red bean” dish, like red beans and rice or chili con carne, but don’t stop there. They would be delicious in a curry, minestrone soup, or in a summertime salad with corn and fresh herbs.
Origin Story: Originally bred by the Hidatsa tribe of the upper Missouri River Valley in what is now North Dakota, we recently started growing this heirloom on the West Coast and it’s quickly becoming a customer favorite.
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- About the Brand
Rancho Gordo was founded by Steven Sando
- How to Use
* A thin skin helps make a delicious bean broth that can be used for making rice or soup, but it's not likely you'll have much leftover.
* Minestrone soups,
* chili con carne.
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