Willowood Farm Peregion Beans - Dried - 1 pound bag - Whidbey Island, Washington About the Peregion Bean: The Peregion bean is a small but beautiful heirloom bean from Oregon. Found growing wild in a hedgegrow, the beans are a mix of solid mocha and chocolate swirld beans. Firm with a nutty flavor, Peregion beans are good in soups, baked and just an all around all purpose bean that keeps it's swirled markings when cooked.
From the package:
"Oregon heirloom. Found growing wild in a hedgerow. Gorgeous chocolate swirled bean with some solid mocha. Great eating qualities with firm, nutty flavor. Good in soups, baked and all purpose. Keeps swirls when cooked!"
Recipe from Georgie
Peregion Bean & Winter Squash Posole Stew
Ingredients:1 cup Peregion Beans1 cup dry posole (hominy)1 small onion - sliced thin2 cloves garlic1 1/2 teaspoons chile powder1 1/2 teaspoons whole cumin3/4 teaspoon Mexican oregano1 cup chopped tomatoes1 cup winter squash - peeled and sliced thin1 tablespoon vegetable demi glace (Concentrated stock) (More Than Gourmet)2 teaspoons Italian parsley
Directions:1. Soak bean til skins wrinkle.
2. Drain beans, and cook in 5 cups water for 2-3 hours, til tender. Add more water if needed.
3. Saute onion, garlic & spices til soft. Add squash, carrots and tomatoes. Cook 5 minutees, stirring ocationally.
4. Stir in beans, posole, cooking liquid, and stock concentrate. Simmer 30 minutes
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