Organic Red Lentils
What is red lentil
Lentil grains have been known for over 4,000 years. They were one of the main sources of food for the ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks.
Considered by many to be the first cultivated plant. Known all over the world, mainly due to the many ways of its preparation. Red lentils are the basic ingredient of Middle Eastern and Asian cuisine.
Red lentils are a healthy and universal component of the diet of everyone who is interested in healthy food.
How best to prepare red lentils
Rinse the lentils thoroughly under running water. It does not require prior soaking. Add 1 cup of lentils to 2 cups of boiling water. Cook for about 25 minutes, stirring occasionally and checking that it is already tender. After removing from heat, set aside for a few minutes. You can season with salt and pepper to taste.
It cooks faster than other varieties, making it ideal for soups, stews, puree, casseroles, vegetables, curries and meat, and stews. It can also be used as a filling for dumplings or pancakes. It is also characterized by a low fat content.
It is best to store lentils in an airtight package in a dry place.
Red lentils are an excellent addition to soups and sauces. This most popular variety of lentils is very easy to overcook and does not require soaking. Red lentils make you feel full and have a low glycemic index. It can be used as part of the diet of people who want to maintain a proper weight.
|Producer:||Michał Pelc ANAGRAM, Wiarusa 3/3, 32-087 Zielonki|
99.9% BIO Red lentils, <0.1% sunflower oil
|Country of origin:||
400g / 1kg
The product comes from organic farming, covered by the certificate: PL-EKO-03.
|Allergens:||The product may contain gluten, peanuts and other nuts, sesame and soy due to the processing in the facility where products containing these allergens are packed.|
|Expiration date:|| All products come from regular deliveries.
Red lentils nutritional values
|Nutritional value in 100g of the product:|
|Energy value||1413 kJ / 338 kcal|
|including saturated fatty acids||0.14 g|
|including sugars||2.03 g|