Pasta with beans
A long-standing recipe that warms the heart and brings people together with its timeless taste.
A great classic of Italian rural tradition, famed for it’s one of a kind flavour. Incredibly tasty, authentic, hearty and fragrant, it’s rich in fibre and hence vegan-friendly. Ready on the stove within minutes, and free of additives or palm oil.
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Durum wheat semolina pasta (durum wheat semolina, water), Brown and white beans in pieces and powder, Potato flakes , Wheat flour, Dehydrated tomato, Dehydrated onion, Salt, Yeast extract, Sugars (potato maltodextrin, sugar), Artificial flavours, Dehydrated parsley,Dehydrated rosemary. Contains: Wheat.
Pour the pouch content into a pot with 720ml (3 cups) of cold water.
Bring to boil without lid, stirring occasion- ally.
When water boils, cook on a medium heat uncovered for 12 minutes for a pasta al dente (italian Style), or 14 minutes if you prefer more soft pasta. Adjust with salt, pepper and extra virgir olive oil as you prefer.
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The peasant dish of the po valley
Pasta with beans is found in all parts of Italy, and while there are slight variations, each version is a treat for the taste buds. The practice of mixing and cooking beans with pasta dates back to a time shortly after Italy's introduction to beans, which were brought from America around 1530 along with other new crops, such as tomatoes and peppers.
The popularity of this dish grew quickly because of its nutritiousness. Especially in the plains like around Ferrara, it was a go-to meal for farm workers because of its high source of energy, making it a particularly unique dish typical of the entire Po Valley area which, today, is agricultural land. It was known as “pasta in fagioli” and could be eaten very often in the city and countryside alike.
It was even loved by the aristocracy for its unique taste. Nowadays, pasta with beans remains a very popular dish across Italy that's always a pleasure to prepare.
Ferrara, Emilia Romagna.
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