Serving Size 50 g
Per 100 g
|Energy||1365 kJ||2729 kJ|
|Protein||11.0 g||22.0 g|
|Fat, total||31.5 g||62.9 g|
|- saturated||4.4 g||8.7 g|
|Carbohydrates||2.7 g||5.3 g|
|- sugars||1.7 g||3.3 g|
|Sodium||2 mg||4 mg|
|Dietary Fibre||3.4 g||6.7 g|
These raw Sunflower Seeds, or kernels, are hulled from the outer husk and are ready to eat or cook. They have an irresistibly smooth, nutty flavour and crunchy texture. Sunflower Seeds are perfect for snacking. They make a tasty addition to breakfast, salads, raw or baked goodies. Sprinkle over savoury dishes, or grind seeds to a meal for LSA, crumbing and baking.
How to Use:
Raw Sunflower Seeds are delicious for snacking on their own or mixed with dried fruit and nuts. Add them to muesli, porridge, acai bowls, smoothies, or yoghurt. Use sunflower seeds to add scrumptious crunch to raw food snacks and treats, energy balls and muesli bars.
These hulled Sunflower Seeds are wonderful in home-baked bread, muffins and cookies. Add them raw to the dough mix, or to get a lovely toasted flavour and colour sprinkle on top of goodies for the last 5 minutes of baking. Seeds can also be lightly toasted in a low oven or dry pan for delectable toppers to sprinkle over salads and hot dishes.
Ground seed-meal can be combined with ground almonds and linseeds for fresh LSA, or used on its own in place of flour. Replace up to a ¼ cup of flour with sunflower seed meal in baking recipes. Add to veggie burger mix or use meal in chia puddings; stuffing for capsicums, mushrooms or roasts; gluten-free gratins and to crumb eggplant parmigiana, fish or meat.
Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration recommended in warm climates.
Up to 18 months when stored as above. See Best Before date.
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