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    • Gluten-Free
    • Dairy Free
    • Non GMO

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    Pine Nuts, pignolias

    Pine Nuts, pignolias

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    pine nuts or pignolias are also known as pignon or indian nuts. the kernels are small, creamy coloured and obtained from the cones of a variety of pine trees. they greatly resemble puffed rice. pine nuts are most in demand for arab, spanish and other cultural dishes. they work well in both savory and sweet dishes as well as in salads.

    Usage Tips:

    use pine nuts in cakes, cookies, breads and other baked goods. sprinkle pine nuts on salads, or use in pesto sauce.

    as with many other nuts, toasting pine nuts helps to bring out their distinctive flavour. it also helps to make the pine nuts firmer. the easiest way to toast pine nuts is in a dry skillet over medium-low heat. shake the skillet frequently to ensure they brown evenly. when the nuts are browned and fragrant, remove from heat and transfer to a plate to cool.

    Storage:

    because of their high oil content, pine nuts can quickly go rancid. they should be kept in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 1 month or in the freezer up to 3 months.

    Point of Interest:

    although pignolia or pine nuts may be eaten out of hand, either raw or roasted, they are predominantly used as an ingredient in cooking. the edible seeds of pine trees, pine nuts have been used in europe and asia for centuries. they are frequently added to meat, poultry and fish dishes, as well as a variety of sauces. pine nuts are an essential ingredient in the italian sauce, pesto.

    Extra Information:

    pine nuts or pignolias are also known as pignon or indian nuts. the kernels are small, creamy coloured and obtained from the cones of a variety of pine trees. they greatly resemble puffed rice. pine nuts are most in demand for arab, spanish and other cultural dishes. they work well in both savory and sweet dishes as well as in salads.

    Nutrition Facts
    Valeur nutritive

    Serving Size 1/4 cup (28 g)
    Portion 1/4 cup (28 g)

    % Daily Value
    % valeur quotidienne
    Calories / Calories 190
    Fat / Lipides 15 g 23 %
    Saturated / satures 4 g
    + Trans / trans 0 g
    20 %
    Cholesterol / Cholesterol 0 g 0 %
    Sodium / Sodium 0 mg 0 %
    Carbohydrate / Glucides 9 g 3 %
    Fibre / Fibres 4 g 16 %
    Sugars/ Sucres 1 g
    Protein / Proteines 4 g
    Vitamin A / Vitamine A 0 %
    Vitamin C / Vitamine C 2 %
    Calcium / Calcium 0 %
    Iron / Fer 6 %

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