Pine nuts

Pine nuts

Pine nuts (English pine nuts, French pine nuts) Pignons de pin, ital. Pignoli / Pinolo, span. Piñones) is usually already peeled in small bags. The pine nuts are the seeds of the pine cones which are stuck in black shells. Pine trees grow throughout the Mediterranean. Pine nuts taste sweet and slightly almond.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
674 kcal
21 g
13 g
61 g

Recipes with Pine nuts

Albondigas Mett Balls in Sherry
Albondigas Mett Balls in Sherry taste particularly juicy. Season the mince with salt and pepper. ...
antipasti
Antipasti can be served either as a starter, or with fresh ciabatta as a small snack with a glass of wine. Antipasti can also be prepared well in larger quantities, as it tastes best if you leave it in the fridge overnight. ...
Antipasti Roast Beef Rolls
Antipasti Roast Beef Rolls are served with homemade pesto. For the pesto first roast the pine nuts in a pan stirring until they start to smell. ...
appetizers
Appetizers should be easy to prepare, stimulate the appetite and do not satiate too much. It is best to offer a small selection of different starters. ...
Asparagus salad with wild garlic pesto
Asparagus salad with wild garlic pesto is prepared with fresh wild garlic and tastes very good with fresh baguette or ciabatta. Peel the asparagus and cut off the woody ends. ...
Aubergine puree
Aubergine puree is an oriental starter. Peel and dice the aubergines. ...
Aubergines Mozzarella Antipasti
Aubergines Mozzarella Antipasti Aubergine Mozzarella Antipasti can be served warm as a small starter with fresh ciabatta. Preheat oven to 180° C circulating air. ...
Avocado Pesto
Avocado Pesto goes very well with spaghetti and can be easily diluted with some cooking water. The undiluted avocado pesto also tastes good as a dip or bread spread. ...
Bacon Zucchini Roll with Feta
Bacon Zucchini Roll with Feta Bacon zucchini rolls with feta can be served hot or cold. Cut the courgettes lengthwise into 2 mm thin slices. ...

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