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It is a small, inconspicuous lens with a wonderful taste. The high protein content and proportion of trace elements makes them particularly valuable. Ideal for lentil dishes, such as lentil soup, lentils with "Spätzle", a lentil salad or savory patties sprouts. Content: 500 g
In India red lentils as Dhal are cooked a staple food and have some leisure or restaurant visitors pleased. They are peeled, makes them particularly easy to digest, however, the red lentils, you can no longer germinate. Content: 500 g
Mix of five aromatic types of beans, paprika and corn in a finely aromatic tomato sauce - prepared ready to use. The perfect mix for Mexican dishes. Just heat up and enjoy! For quick organic cuisine. Content: 400 g
Split split peas do not need to be soaked and cook particularly quickly to make porridge, stew or soup. Mashed peas offer an interesting change from the usual mashed potatoes. Delicious fillings can also be prepared from split peas. Content: 500 g
Mat beans are the smallest beans in the world and have a very fine, nutty taste. Like all legumes, they are particularly rich in protein and are highly recommended for vegetarian and vegan diets. They are ideal as a salad, but also as an accompaniment to fish, meat and vegetables. But they also like to be fried. Content: 500 g
With their incomparable taste, they are ideal as a Supplement to cereal products to form appealing a decorative contrast to the bright food. Beluga lentils can also be used for stews, sandwich spreads, salads and as a garnish. Content: 500 g
The Château lens has a delicate Aroma and a beautiful look. The French lenses places is a delicacy to pasta and rice. In addition, delicious bread can be spreads from the Château lenses prepare. Content: 500 g
Dried chickpeas from Italy - why from far and wide, from India or Australia import, if the chickpeas grow on the other side of the Alps? Keep it local (or at least European). The culinary offer of chickpeas a lot to. You can be versatile in the Asian-Oriental cuisine use. Salads and stews are especially tasty. Content: 500 g
The wonderfully creamy boiling lentils are characterized by their strong, spicy aroma. They are grown in the Castilla-La Mancha wetlands in Spain by the farmer Angel Moral. The area declared a biosphere reserve by UNESCO in 1980 serves as a habitat for many species of birds. The ecological cultivation of the lentils promotes bio-diversity and at the same...
The black chickpeas (also known as Desi or Kala Chana is known) are a smaller type of the well-known pale yellow chickpea. In taste they are similar to their larger Relatives. The nutrient-rich's Desi chickpea is an important protein supplier for the vegetarian and vegan cuisine. Content: 500 g
Chana Dal is a staple in Ayurvedic and Indian cuisine and is usually prepared with Ghee, spices and vegetables of the season and pur or rice served. It tastes like the chickpea itself is mild and slightly nutty. Content: 500 g