Peruvian Frijol Canario are considered the King of Beans by Latin chefs because of its smooth texture and rich buttery flavor. They are a main ingredient in Peruvian cooking.
Frijol Canario - Canary beans are also called "Peruvian" or "Mayocoba". This sulphur coloured yellow bean is produced in all the coast and Andean valleys of Peru.
They are considered the King of Beans by Latin chefs because its texture and rich and buttery flavour. Canary beans are one of the "hard" beans and usually require 6 to 8 hours of soaking.
They are high in carbohydrates, but they are also rich in fiber (both soluble and insoluble). They also do not contain sugar. Instead, they have slowly-digested carbohydrates and resistant starch. This means that the carbohydrates
in Frijol Canario are slowly converted to glucose, and some are not digested at all.