- Portions 1250 portions de 0.02kg
- Conditionnement 25kg
In the kingdom of the Incas, Aztecs and Maya, the amaranth was renowned for its nutritional and spiritual qualities. It has been a few years since the amaranth was rediscovered as a cereal (although strictly speaking it is not a cereal but a seed) for everyday consumption.
Organic amaranth seeds
Amaranth seeds can be eaten without cooking, they can be cooked for 25 minutes in lightly-salted water, or even toasted and puffed in the pan like popcorn. Amaranth seeds, also known as “wheat of the Incas”, have a crunchy texture and a subtle, nutty flavour. You can eat them raw in muesli, porridge and soup. And, when cooked, they can replace cereals in vegetable dishes, gratin and sauces. If you want a touch of originality, you can even eat them like popcorn. Keep in a cool, dry and dark place.
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