Shelf Life: 6 Months
Packaging Type: Packet
Packaging Size: 100gm
Shelf Life: 12 Months
Storage Instructions: Dry Place
Product Packaging Type: Bottle
Brand: SKT Deanch
Nutty Yogi Pine nuts define the gold standard in gourmet and is a treat for the most discerning connoisseur. These Pine nuts are imported from the mystical lands of Afghani Himalayas.
These are ideal for making pesto’s or dips. Used extensively in gourmet Italian cooking. They are great accompaniments for munching too.
So the next time you feel like Italian go Buon Appetito
Premium Pine Nuts With Shell
For Best result store in a cool dry place.
Best Before 6 month from Date of Packaging.
Nutritional Analysis (as per 100 gm)
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Brand: Zafran Naturals
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Crunchy yet butter textured, pleasantly sweet and delicious pine nuts are small edible seeds of female cone in a pine tree. Pine kernels are, indeed, very good source of plant derived nutrients, essential minerals, vitamins and “heart friendly” mono-unsaturated fatty acids that help benefit in reducing cholesterol levels in the blood.
Pine Nuts - 250gms
Pine nuts are the edible seeds of pine trees. They are small elongated ivory-colored seeds from pine cones, measuring about 1/2 inches long. When raw, the seeds have a soft texture and a sweet, buttery flavor. The most commonly harvested seeds come from four particular pine tree varieties: The Mexican pinon (Pinus cembroides), the Colorado pinion (P. edulis), the Italian stone pine (P. pinea), and the Chinese nut pine (P. koraiensis). It takes anywhere from 15 to 25 years for the trees to begin producing the seeds and up to triple that time for them to reach top production. For the most part, the seeds are harvested by hand, a contributing factor to their expensive price tag.
How to Use Pine Nuts:
The shell must be removed before the pine nut can be eaten. Unshelled pine nuts have a long shelf life if kept dry and refrigerated; shelled nuts (and unshelled nuts in warm conditions) deteriorate rapidly, becoming rancid within a few weeks or even days in warm humid conditions. Pine nuts are commercially available in shelled form. Pine nuts have been eaten in Europe and Asia since the Paleolithic period. They are frequently added to meat, fish, salads and vegetable dishes or baked into bread. In Italian they are called pinoli (in the U.S. they are often called "pignoli") and are an essential component of Italian pesto sauce used for pastas.