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Spicy Carte Premium Hazelnut, 500gm


Price: ₹ 899.00 - ₹ 699.00
(as of May 23,2020 19:33:35 UTC – Details)


Hazelnut is an ideal source of protein for the vegetarians, especially if you are on the weight loss journey. 100 grams of these rustic brown-hued nut offers 15 g of protein, fulfilling more than 30% of the daily requirement. It is also a rich source of healthy fats, free of cholesterol and sodium, meeting 93% of your daily fat requirements. The main benefit of hazelnut is which helps in Delaying Premature Ageing One cup of hazelnuts offers about 86% of the daily Vitamin E requirement. It also contains Vitamin A and Vitamin C, two powerful antioxidants. A synergic effect of these vitamins prevents the onset of fine lines and wrinkles on your skin, thus delaying the early onset of ageing signs. The kernel of the seed is edible and used raw or roasted, or ground into a paste. The seed has a thin, dark brown skin, which sometimes is removed before cooking. Hazelnuts are used in confectionery to make praline, and al.o used in combination with chocolate for chocolate truffles and products such as Cadbury chocolate bars, Nutella. Hazelnuts were and are still typically consumed as the whole nut or used as an ingredient in a variety of foods, especially in bakery products, snacks, chocolates, cereals, dairy products, salads, entrees, sauces, ice cream, and other dessert formulations. After cracking the hazelnut’s hard shell, the hazelnut kernel may be consumed as whole, sliced or ground. raw (with its skin) or roasted (without its skin). Hazelnuts can be incorporated into the diet as a healthy snack or as an ingredient in many dishes. Interestingly enough, it seems that people prefer sliced and whole hazelnuts rather than ground ones. The majority of the antioxidants present in it however, this antioxidant content could decrease after the roasting process. Therefore, it is recommended to consume whole, unroasted kernels with the skin rather than peeled kernels, either roasted or unroasted.

The main benefit of hazelnut is which helps in Delaying Premature Ageing One cup of hazelnuts offers about 86% of the daily Vitamin E requirement. It also contains Vitamin A and Vitamin C, two powerful antioxidants. A synergic effect of these vitamins prevents the onset of fine lines and wrinkles on your skin, thus delaying the early onset of ageing signs.
The kernel of the seed is edible and used raw or roasted, or ground into a paste. The seed has a thin, dark brown skin, which sometimes is removed before cooking. Hazelnuts are used in confectionery to make praline, and al.o used in combination with chocolate for chocolate truffles and products such as Cadbury chocolate bars, Nutella.
Hazelnuts were and are still typically consumed as the whole nut or used as an ingredient in a variety of foods, especially in bakery products, snacks, chocolates, cereals, dairy products, salads, entrees, sauces, ice cream, and other dessert formulations. After cracking the hazelnut’s hard shell, the hazelnut kernel may be consumed as whole, sliced or ground. raw (with its skin) or roasted (without its skin).
Hazelnuts can be incorporated into the diet as a healthy snack or as an ingredient in many dishes. Interestingly enough, it seems that people prefer sliced and whole hazelnuts rather than ground ones. The majority of the antioxidants present in it however, this antioxidant content could decrease after the roasting process. Therefore, it is recommended to consume whole, unroasted kernels with the skin rather than peeled kernels, either roasted or unroasted.

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