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Pre-cooked Dehydrated Red Kidney Beans

Kiril-Mischeff can offer pre-cooked dehydrated red kidney beans in a range of formats to suit your application. Available whole, as flour, or as grits, our pre-cooked, dehydrated red kidney beans are additive and preservative free.

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Whole pre-cooked dehydrated red kidney beans have a quick cooking time of 5-10 minutes, without having to soak before use. This reduction of cooking time makes them the ideal ingredient for instant soups and noodles.

Kiril-Mischeff can supply pre-cooked dehydrated red kidney beans in 20/25kg sacks, as well as food service pack sizes.

Why not give our flours and grits a try too? Pre-cooked, dehydrated red kidney bean grits provide crunch and texture to a variety of foods, while red kidney bean flour is a great addition to soups, bakery, snacks, and vegan burger mixes.

To place your order for pre-cooked dehydrated red kidney beans, give our sales team a call on 01909 534000


What are the advantages of using pre-cooked, dehyrdrated red kidney beans?

Pre-cooking beans and pulses dramatically reduces their final cooking time. The dehydration process increases the shelf life of the red kidney beans, while preserving their organoleptic properties.

What yield can I expect once rehydrated?

Our pre-cooked, dehydrated red kidney beans have a cooking yield of 2x. This means that 100g dehydrated product will become 200/250g once cooked.

How long are the red kindey beans soaked for?

The red kidney beans are soaked for 12 hours before they are cooked using water or steam. They are then dried with hot air.

How do pre-cooked, dehydrated red kidney beans compare to canned red kidney beans?

Pre-cooked, dehydrated red kidney beans are almost moisture free. On the other hand, canned red kidney beans need to be drained before use, and even after draining contain a higher percentage of water compared to dehydrated alternatives. This means that canned beans and pulses tend to remain the same weight after cooking whereas dehydrated beans and pulses increase in weight, making them perfect for instant soups and noodles..

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