Makes a change from peas
Just ordering another pack, these are decent beans, tasty and good texture. OK, the sizes of individual beans does vary, but that is nature! Maybe add to a beef stew with carrots, or simply eat as a side veg.
Well worth a try!
These are lovely. Full of flavour, quick and easy to cook and really nice with just about anything!
No longer babies
Latest bag, beans definitely not "baby" - twice the size of all previous ones!
Nice broad beans
We have fish and bread beans with parsley sauce. But they are no longer baby broad beans it is a shame but they still taste good.
Very good quality. I not only use them for an additional veggie with roast dinners, but they are lovely with sliced ham with parsley sauce, as well as in a casserole, rather than frozen peas. I'm afraid my gardening days are over, but your own variety are great. Thank you.
Good all round
Good quality, nice tasting, cooked quickly
Not a patch on home grown beans. Where is the love
Not a patch on home grown beans. Where is the lovely flavour? But not many people grow their own so you take what is available and altho tasteless, these are tender.
Excellent flavour and texture
These are excellent and I always keep a bag in the freezer. They are tender with a subtle nutty flavour. Use them on their own or add to frozen peas or other frozen veg, soups, stews etc. I haven't tried cooking them and then using cold in salads or with a dressing as one reviewer has suggested, but will them try with a mayonnaise, yogurt and mint dressing. Good source of fibre, too.
Clean, solid, easy to cook.
Broad beans seem to survive well the freezing process. As opposed to sliced, cut or processed beans which are essentially damaged by the method. These are solid, steam well, cook evenly, despite being frozen. Rare to find detritus or other bits.
Tasty and convenient
Always have a bag in the freezer...so convenient and being small they are never tough. Perfect with gammon and a white sauce. A favourite with us.