One thing I love about beans is that there are so many ways you can use them. What makes Hurst beans so special is that each package provides a yummy recipe on the bag and includes a flavor packet that is all natural (no artificial flavors or preservatives). Whether you choose to add it to a soup or stew or mix it with rice, with a great low price of $2.99 for 8 full servings, it is a easy way to make a meal that will fill up the whole family without breaking the bank. You can find Hurst beans in all Publix stores in the dry bean section.
I asked Kevin to create a yummy recipe using Hurst beans and this is what he came up with (he is calling it “White Bean Stew”):
- 1 bag of Hurst white beans
- 2.5 lb chuck roast
- 6 carrots
- Knorr beef homestyle stock (2 tubs)
- 1 white potato
- 2 sweet potatoes
- medium yellow onion
- 2 garlic cloves
- 1/2 tsp Worcestershire
- salt and pepper to your liking
Soak the beans for 4+ hours in water. Stew the chopped onions and garlic along with the chuck roast in the Knorr beef stock w/ water for an hour (see instructions on tub for amount of water to use). Combine the beans and roast and bring to boil. Lower temp and simmer for a half hour. Then add all the other ingredients and cook for an additional half hour.
This made enough stew for about 8 -10 servings.
Through October 31st, you can head over to the Hurst Facebook page and submit a photo of your favorite recipe featuring Hurst’s beans and you could win one of (3) $100 grocery gift cards!
Plus one WhoSaidNothingInLifeIsFree reader will win a $25 Publix gift card.
To enter, leave a comment stating what recipe you would like to use Hurst beans in.
I will end this giveaway on 10/31 at 5 pm EST
Disclosure: I was given several packages of Hurst beans to create the recipe above along with a $25 Publix gift card. All opinions are 100% mine and not influenced in any way.