We based our Pinto Bean Soup on the original recipe dating back to... the Second World War! In those days ingredients were hard to come by in the Netherlands, so many households could only afford the most basic food. Pinto or brown beans were still in relatively stable supply and above all were very nutritious: see here the birth of this delicious soup that even today is served all across our country. Of course we enhanced the recipe, and our version comes with tasty pork meatballs, savory bacon bits, onions and spring onions.
Serving suggestion: especially for the Thai palate, we suggest to make the slightly spicy Indonesian version of this soup. Once heated up, add 1 teaspoon of our Sambal Brandal, and 1 tablespoon of our Ketjap Manis to each portion, stir well. Savory, sweet and spicy: Selamat Makan!
- Comes in a pack of 2 servings, 250g total
Pinto Bean Soup (Bruine Bonensoep)
- Put in bowl with a some water and heat in microwave for 3 minutes, take out and stir, put back in microwave for another 2 minutes. Take out, stir and leave it for 1 minute