First the freekeh, now the edamame…. These are not ingredients, they are tongue-twisters!
So will protest our readers. Yes, the food world is constantly changing, many of the new and most interesting products -taste- and nutrionwise – come from afar and we love experimenting. In the Japanese tradition, Edamame are soya beans boiled or steam cooked still in their pod. They are rich in vitamin C and E, magnesium and potassium, and are a good source of proteins. They can be used in many ways: we matched them with freekeh, courgettes and ginger in a deliciously unusual salad.
Available in different sizes/packagings, also specific for Ho.Re.Ca/Food Service. For further details, please contact our Sales Dept.
PreparationPut the frozen product in a bowl and defrost: at room temperature for approximately 3,5 hours; in a microwave oven at 180W for about 10 – 12 minutes (time for 450g; to be adjusted for different quantities or wattage); in the fridge for about 8-10 hours. For example in the evening for the next day or in the morning for the same evening.
18 months in a **** or *** -18°C
Nutritional InfosEnergy: kcal 141/kj 590
of which saturated: 1,2g
of which sugars: 2g
dietary fibre 4g