Eat Wholesome - Organic Black Beans, 400g

Eat Wholesome - Organic Black Beans, 400g
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Eat Wholesome - Organic Black Beans, 400g

Brand - Eat Wholesome
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Quick Description

Full of nutrition and with award-winning taste, Eat Wholesome Organic Black Beans are an absolute essential in any vegan’s cupboard.

Key Information

  • Source of Protein
  • High in Fibre
  • Certified Organic 
  • No Additives or Preservatives 
  • No Added Salt
  • Great Taste * 2019

Product Overview

Eat Wholesome Organic Black Beans are delicious, nutritious, and very versatile. Black beans are extremely nutrient-rich, high in plant protein and fibre and a source of vitamin A, calcium, and folate. Combine Eat Wholesome Organic Black Beans with a grain and you will have all the amino acids needed for a complete protein.

Black beans are great in vegan chilli or casserole. As the beans are already cooked you can throw them straight into a salad – we recommend one with tomato, capers, rocket, finely chopped red onion and a French vinaigrette. You can even use Eat Wholesome Organic Black Beans to make vegan brownies.

Store somewhere cool and dry. Once opened, transfer to an airtight container, keep in the fridge, and treat as fresh food.


Organic black beans (60%), water.

Frequently Asked Questions

How can I make vegan burgers from Eat Wholesome Organic Black Beans?

Firstly, drain your Eat Wholesome Organic Black Beans in a sieve or colander, and pre-heat the oven to 180˚C. Line a roasting dish with grease-proof paper and place the drained beans into the dish so they are as spread out as possible. Pop them in the oven for about 15 minutes (this is so they aren’t too moist and make the burgers soggy).

While the beans are baking, sauté onion, mushrooms and garlic in a frying pan using vegetable oil. As they start to turn golden season with salt, pepper, cumin and smoked paprika. Continue to fry with the spices for about a minute to bring out the flavours more.

Add the beans and sautéed mix into a food processor. Pulse the food processor so that the beans are roughly broken (not until smooth, the texture is better if it’s slightly chunky). Use your hands to form the mixture into patties.

You can then either bake or fry the patties. To bake re-use the roasting dish and baking paper, with the oven at 200˚C, and cook for about 20 minutes, turning the burgers over halfway through. To fry, add a glug of vegetable oil to a frying pan and cook on one side until it gets nice and crispy – repeat on the other side.