Dried Wild Lingonberries

NUTRITIONAL INFO

Serving Size 50 g

  Average Quantity
Per Serving
Average Quantity
Per 100 g
 
Energy575  kJ1150 kJ
Protein0.75 g1.5 g
 
Fat, total0.8 g1.6 g
- saturated0.05 g0.1 g
Carbohydrates29.5 g59 g
- sugars22.5 g45 g
 
Sodium0 mg0 mg

INGREDIENTS

Dried Wild Lingonberries, Xylitol, Organic Sunflower Oil. Preservative Free.

 

ALLERGENS

No Known Allergens. May contain traces of allergens due to possible cross-contamination.

Mandatory Advisory Statement: Contains Xylitol excessive consumption may have a laxative effect.

PRODUCT ORIGIN

Product of China


SKU #:

22500

Dried Wild Lingonberries

$5.80/100g

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Lingonberries (Vaccinium vitis-idaea) are the small red fruit from a bush in the Heath family that grows wild in North America and Eurasia. Also known as cowberries and mountain cranberries, this fruit has been a staple in many countries and a traditional favourite in Scandinavian cooking. Dried lingonberries are wonderful in a variety of sweet and savoury dishes, sauces and preserves, raw and baked goodies. These natural lingonberries are wild harvested from a remote mountain region of China called the Greater Khingan Mountains. Their flavour is slightly tart, yet sweet. They are grown without pesticides, chemicals or added fertilisers and have no artificial preservatives.


How to Use:

Lingonberries are used in Scandinavian countries to make a ‘jam’ that is served with many dishes, including meatballs, stuffed cabbage rolls, potato pancakes, puddings and porridge. These wild lingonberries make a wonderful, quick snack on their own or are delicious combined with crunchy seeds and nuts.

At breakfast add them whole to muesli, porridge, yoghurt, smoothies and acai bowls. Lingonberries are delicious in raw food chia puddings, superfood balls and desserts. Add extra tang to homemade muesli bars and baked goods including muffins, cheesecakes, steamed puddings, fruit bread, scones, slices and biscuits.

Scrumptious lingonberries can be added to salads, curries or hotpots – and make a great substitute for sultanas in savoury dishes. Try them with couscous or in a quinoa salad.

Complimenting fish, meat and game beautifully, use them in stuffings and sauces.

Add lingonberries to dairy or coconut ice cream recipes; scattered over sundaes, waffles and crepes; or serve them on a cheese and fruit board.

Storage:

Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration recommended in warm climates.

Shelf Life:

Up to 12 months when stored as above. See Best Before date.

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Product: #5363