In India, it is known as ‘rajeera’ or the King’s grain. Today amaranth is revered in various cultures for its amazing nutritional profile. It has a high fibre content of 15%, a high protein content of 14% and can be used in many ways. It also contains high lysine content, an amino acid that is found in very few foods, and higher calcium content than most other grains.
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Amaranth can be prepared as a nutritious porridge and served with fresh fruit and yoghurt for a great start to the day. Or soak overnight with millet and buckwheat grain before blitzing into a delicious pancake batter.
To cook, simmer 1 cup of amaranth in about 2 ½ cups of water for 18-25 minutes or until tender. To enhance the flavour in your dish, add fresh herbs or ginger root, or you could choose to substitute some water for stock or apple juice.
Allergens: No known allergens.
Storage: Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.
Shelf Life:Up to 12 months when stored as above.
250g, 500g, 1kg