Bean sprouts are currently by far the best known sprout (for example in spring rolls), especially in Chinese/Indonesian cuisine. Fresh bean sprouts have a crisp and fresh flavour. Use in stir-fries, salads, omelettes and soups. Nutritional value per 100 grams: Energy 201 Kj/48 Kcal Fats 1.0 g of which saturated 0.0 g Carbohydrates 3.0 g of which sugars 0.2 g Dietary fibre 3.5 g Fats 1.0 g of which saturated 0.0 g Carbohydrates 3.0 g of which sugars 0.0 g
This rich mix of different types of sprouts has a nutty flavour. The sprout mix contains the following sprouts: adzuki, lentils, chickpeas, mini bean sprouts and wheat. A rich and varied health mix of hearty sprouts. Particularly suitable for wok dishes and soups. Can also be eaten raw in salads or fried with meat. Nutritional value per 100 grams: Energy 719 Kj/171,7 Kcal [...].
The kernel of the wheat kernel. Soft sweet taste with a 'bite'. Delicious in fruit salads, muesli and yoghurt or roasted in salads. Nutritional value per 100 g: Energy 909 Kj/217,1 Kcal Fats 1.3 g of which saturated 0.2 g Carbohydrates 41.3 g of which sugars 2.0 g Dietary fibre 7.7 g (high fibre) Proteins 6.2 g Salt 0.0 g Moisture