TARGROCH Chestnut flour 500g

TARGROCH Chestnut flour 500g - VESA UK
Natural Cosmetics TARGROCH Chestnut flour 500g

TARGROCH Chestnut flour 500g

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Gluten-free flour! Chestnut flour is one of those products that appeared on Polish shelves under the influence of the fashion for healthy food and gluten-free products. It is known mainly by lovers of experimental cuisine, supporters of new food products, visitors of foreign delicatessen and customers of health food stores. Anyone who...

Gluten-free flour!

Chestnut flour is one of those products that appeared on Polish shelves under the influence of the fashion for healthy food and gluten-free products. It is known mainly by lovers of experimental cuisine, supporters of new food products, visitors of foreign delicatessen and customers of health food stores. Anyone who does not know what chestnut flour tastes like should make up for it quickly!

Edible chestnuts are a very exotic product in Poland - hardly anyone knows it and has ever tried it. In our country, chestnut fruits are much more popular - wild and definitely unsuitable for food, but excellent when playing in constructing chestnut men. In Mediterranean countries, chestnuts also fall from trees in autumn, but end up straight on tables and in ovens. At first glance, they are very similar to the content of green, spiky spheres covering Polish parks and pavements. On closer inspection, however, it is easy to see that the chestnuts are smaller, have a sharp tip and slightly resemble hazelnuts in their shell. Products based on them are created in almost all of Europe - including chestnut flour, i.e. ground chestnuts.

Compared to other gluten-free flours, chestnut flour has the most similar texture to ground wheat. This is an important feature, especially in the case of baked goods, which often have an inappropriate texture in the gluten-free version. Due to its high plasticity, chestnut flour is a universal substitute for the most popular wheat flour in Poland. In turn, the smell is more like nuts, and you can feel a sweet note in its taste. An additional advantage of chestnut flour is the high - for this type of product - protein and fiber content. In this way, products based on it provide a longer feeling of fullness and have a positive effect on intestinal peristalsis.

Country of Origin: Italy

Nutritional value in 100g:

Energy value
1644 kJ / 392 kcal
Fat
3,9 g
- including saturated fatty acids
0,7 g
Carbohydrates
78,4 g
- including sugars
0 g
Fiber 7 g
Protein
7,2 g
Salt*
0 g

Possible natural variations.

*The salt content is due solely to the presence of naturally occurring sodium.

Directions for use:

Chestnut flour works well with both sweet and salty dishes. You can mix it with other types of flour or use it on its own - especially when the baking or dish is to remain gluten-free. All you need is the right recipe and a bit of culinary sense to make delicious chestnut bread, cookies, muffins, pancakes, pancakes, waffles and even dumplings! For people with food intolerance, celiac disease, for those who care about their figure and seek new flavors, this flour will be perfect.


Information about allergens

Also packed in the company: products containing gluten, peanuts, soy, various nuts, sesame. Although every effort is made, the occurrence of these raw materials in the product cannot be 100% excluded.


Store in a dry and cool place in a tightly closed container.

 

 

Expiry date: min. 1 month unless stated differently in the title or description

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