Chopped hazelnuts

Chopped hazelnuts

You can produce chopped hazelnuts yourself, but you can also buy them ready to eat. They are particularly suitable for desserts and cakes. In the fresh air you will quickly become rancid, so always store in a cool and dry place. Chopped hazelnuts are very rich in calories due to their high fat content of over 60%. However, these consist mainly of unsaturated fatty acids.

All data per 100 g:
656 kcal
18 g
13 g
61 g

Recipes with Chopped hazelnuts

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