Roasted, with salad, bread, …
Squash is a big plant whose bulky fruit contains many white, flat and oval seeds. After being husked, these seeds reveal a green kernel. It is these squash seed kernels, generally called “squash seeds” that we would like to present to you.
These squash seeds are very nourishing and interesting in view of nutrition. Their specific composition in proteins, vegetable fat and trace elements make it a prime food.
Very easy to use, squash seeds can be blended into many recipes. We advise you to roast them to make them crunchier. You can, for instance, roast them dry in the frying pan then salt them to make original snacks or you can blend them into salads with cheese, grapes and herbs. They are also delicious crunched up and blended into bread dough or into a quiche.
|Average nutrition facts||For 100g|
|Energy||617 / 2583.26||kcal / kJ|