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Broken pecan nuts 1 kg
Broken pecan nuts 1 kg
Broken pecan nuts 1 kg
Broken pecan nuts 1 kg

Broken pecan nuts 1 kg

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£12.60

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  • Great source of vitamin B1
  • Crushed
  • Gentle and sweet taste
  • Perfect for baking
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Quality: Broken

Whole crunchy pecan nuts  1 kg

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£16.20
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Broken pecan nuts  1 kg

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£12.60
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Caramelised pecan nuts  1 kg

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£16.65
per kg

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BBD: 31.01.2022

Everything at a glance Broken pecan nuts 1 kg

If here they are still considered the unpopular brother of walnuts, Pecans are, in America, much more beloved and widely used – and rightly so! Pecan nuts can be the highlight of so many tasty recipes, both sweet like the popular and delicious pecan pie, one of the most traditional desserts you can meet in the Southern states of the US, and savoury. With their buttery taste and crunchy texture, pecans will always pleasantly surprise.

You don't need to chop up our pecans

Do you use pecans mostly to cook and bake? Then our broken nuts are just perfect for you, as you won't have to chop them up. Moreover, you will save money in addition to time, as our "imperfect" pecans are much cheaper. Win-win!

The highlight of your banana bread

Their gentle but distinctive taste makes pecans one of the best additions possible to your banana bread, to which they will bring not only taste, but also some crunchiness. Speaking of crunchiness, try sprinkling some broken pecans on your salads, porridge and smoothie bowls, and yoghurt – you won't regret it! Our pecans might be broken up into small pieces, but rest assured that their taste and texture remain whole. If you want beautiful looking pecans to decorate your cakes and desserts, however, you can find them here as well!

High in vitamin B1

Pecans' good reputation has arrived into space! Due to their great nutritional values, they provide the astronauts on the International Space Station with important nutritients, minerals, and fibre, as pecans are rich in vitamin B1 and also contain a lot of magnesium. Last but not least, pecan nuts are a good source of phosphorus, zinc, and fibre, plus they have a lot of healthy fats. Snacking on nuts could not possibly feel any better!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 3002 / 729
Fat 72 g
   of which Saturates 5,6 g
Carbohydrate 4,4 g
   of which Sugars 2,2 g
Fibre 9,5 g
Protein 11 g
Salt 0 g

Order number PEKAN_008
Origin USA
Content 1 kg
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654786408
Data sheet Specification
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store in a cool and dry place
Ingredients PECAN NUTS
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. May contain traces of other TREE NUTS
Sales name Pecans
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The KoRo price chart Broken pecan nuts 1 kg

👩‍💻
01.02.2021
Kalkulation: Sortimentsübergreifende Preisanpassung basierend auf neuer Preiskalkulation
1,40€/ 100g

                            
+10,71%
1,55€ / 100g
⭐️
15.10.2020
Neu im Sortiment
1,40€ / 100g
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Broken pecan nuts 1 kg - a look behind the scenes

Pecans originally come from the USA, where they are very popular, so much that the pecan tree is Texas official national tree. However, the cultivation of...

Born in the USA

Pecans originally come from the USA, where they are very popular, so much that the pecan tree is Texas official national tree. However, the cultivation of pecans is also possible outside of the American hemispheres, as all they need is sun and a warm climate.

Pecan trees need to be at least ten meters away from other trees, because their big roots go very deep. The tree belongs to the walnut family, and the...

A relative of walnuts

Pecan trees need to be at least ten meters away from other trees, because their big roots go very deep. The tree belongs to the walnut family, and the similarity is such, that pecans are also called American walnuts.

Farmers have to wait around five to eight years before being able to harvest the first nuts, which are, however, definitely worth the wait. Moreover, pecan...

The first nuts can be harvested after several years

Farmers have to wait around five to eight years before being able to harvest the first nuts, which are, however, definitely worth the wait. Moreover, pecan trees often live for several thousand years, and keep on rewarding their owners - or rather their great-great-great-great-grandchildren - with their delicious fruits.

How do you know when the pecans are ready to be harvested? The shell practically opens by itself and the nuts fall easily to the ground. This is why pecans...

Shaken, not picked

How do you know when the pecans are ready to be harvested? The shell practically opens by itself and the nuts fall easily to the ground. This is why pecans are not picked by hand, which would be hard anyway, as the trees grow up to 35 m, but simply shaken off the tree.

Once harvested, the nuts have to be peeled and sorted. Broken and whole kernels are divided, as the former ones are further processed, they are turned into...

Selected and processed

Once harvested, the nuts have to be peeled and sorted. Broken and whole kernels are divided, as the former ones are further processed, they are turned into pecan butter, for example, and the latter ones are sold for a higher price. For a delicious pecan-based snack, try our caramelised pecans!

Questions about questions Broken pecan nuts 1 kg

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Where can I find some recipes with pecans?

The internet is full of delicious recipes that include pecans. Take a look at the Food Journal section of our website, where we collect our favourite recipes, all tested and approved by our KoRo team! All time favourite is banana bread with pecans, but there's so much more; have fun with experimenting!

What is the difference between pecans, walnuts, and Brazil nuts?

Botanically speaking, pecan trees belong to the walnut family. The external similarity of the pecan to the walnut is no coincidence. Pecans, on the other hand, have little in common with the Brazil nut; sure, they're both nuts, but that's about it. For example, the Brazil nut is super hard to open, while the pecan has a soft shell.

How should I take care of my pecans?

Of course, a kilo of pecan nuts is quite a lot, but don't worry, we can assure you that it will be gone sooner than you think! However, if properly stored, which means placed in an air-tight container and kept away from direct light and heat sources, our pecans have a shelf-life of more than one year.

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A happy customer says

F
14 Feb 2021
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Super quality and very tasty!

With us, the pecans from Koro are very popular and constantly empty. This break is also great for snacking, because the pieces are still large enough. Since the curd is significantly cheaper than the premium version, but is in no way inferior in quality, we now always reach for it.

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A critical customer says

A
23 Dec 2020
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Preis und Leistung gut und Lieferung sind

Preis und Leistung gut und Lieferung sind schnell!

All the reviews "Broken pecan nuts 1 kg"

A
28 Feb 2021
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Healthy snack for in between

Tasty, big pack and good quality.

A
27 Feb 2021
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Very good quality!

Very good quality!

I
23 Feb 2021
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Very tasty and a great snack for

Very tasty and a great snack for the evening. On salad or in cottage cheese. I use the nuts very much and I love its taste.

T
23 Feb 2021
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Alles prima

Super Delicious

C
23 Feb 2021
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Yummy ?

Yummy ?

A
19 Feb 2021
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All in one: great product. Delicious nuts

All in one: great product. Delicious nuts (I like them roasted) for snacking in between or also for cooking, baking.