Pine Nuts

About Pine Nuts

They have a buttery, yet crunchy texture and a smooth, sweet taste. Pinenuts are actually seeds that come from about 20 different species of pine trees. These seeds add a beautiful flavor and aroma to many sweet and savory recipes. Pinenuts are packed with vitamins and minerals as well as unsaturated fats and quality protein.

Uses for Pine Nuts

You can eat raw pinenuts as a snack either on their own or as part of a trail mix with nuts, seeds and dried fruit. Known for their distinctive scent and flavor, they are delicious in pestos, salads, stir-fries, soups and stews, as well as lightly toasted and sprinkled over pasta dishes, salads, stir-fries, soups and stews. A great addition to the pantry, pinenuts are a delicious and versatile ingredient.

Ingredients

Pinenuts.

Country of Origin

Product of China

Nutrition Information

Serving Size: 30g

Average quantity per 100g Average quantity per Serving

 

Average quantity per 100g

Average quantity per Serving

Energy (kJ)

2830

849

Protein (g)

13.7

4.1

Fat total (g)

68.4

20.5

- saturated (g)

4.9

1.5

Carbohydrate total (g)

13.1

3.9

- sugars (g)

3.6

1.1

Sodium (mg)

2

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Storage

Store in clean, dry, cool conditions, out of direct sunlight.

 

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Jacqui Tyrrell
Pine nuts

A few of these fresh-tasting pine nuts are brightening up some of our lockdown meals - interesting in salads, and great in a meat loaf. Love them.