Lupins, legumes with a long history
Lupin seeds are the taste of our childhood when we bought them from vendors on the street corners. Simple and appetising, delicious and fun, which almost makes us forget that they are one of the oldest legumes known by mankind and which are a rich source of protein and dietary fibre. We find the ancient flavours, taking care of our wellbeing, encouraging a varied, balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Suggestions for consumption:
The Lupin is a tasty and savoury snack, delicious in aperitifs. After shelling it is an ideal legume for mixed salads and soups, it is also used as an ingredient in cereal and minestrone soups. It is also added to rice and pasta salads, contributing to the Mediterranean diet as a valuable element.
Energy 392 kJ / 94 kcal; Fat 2.5 g of which saturated fatty acids 0 g; Carbohydrates 3 g of which sugar 0.5 g; Fibers 8 g; Protein: 11 g; Salt 2.6 g
Lupins,water, salt; acidifier: lactic acid.