Pine nuts | 500g

Want some Pesto? Do it yourself with our pine nuts. Or you roast them and sprinkle them on top of your salads! Super yummy!

  • Creamy consistency
  • 500g bulk pack
  • Unique taste
  • Perfect in your salads, and pestos
  • Free from additives
£19.90
Content: 0.5 kg (£39.80 / 1 kg)

incl. VAT plus shipping

Delivery time appr.
5-7 workdays

The pine nut, also known as Pignole, is the seed of the pine tree. The tree belongs to the family of the pines, which can grow as high as 30m and can get as old as 250 years. The first pine nuts are only ready for harvest after 30 years and the ripening process of the long white seeds can take up to 3 years alone. Also the harvest of the little nuts is not as easy as you might think. First of all the tree has to get shaken, so that the pins are falling off the tree. Afterwards they need to be dried in order for them to open up, so the little seeds can get picked out. Mostly the trees are found in the Meditteranian region or ins Asia and Parkistan. 

The white seed counts as one of the most nouble seeds and is used all around the world in different dishes. The slighty sweet and almond like taste are perfect for Middle Eastern dishes or the all known italian Pesto. We love pine nuts on salads and if you roast them a bit in the pan, they are able to fully enfoled their aromatic taste.

Nährwerte
Energy (in kj/kcal) 2902 /  702 
Fat 64,2 g
    thereof saturated fatty acids 6,6 g
Carbohydrates 11,2 g
    thereof sugar 4,4 g
Dietary fibre 3,1 g
Protein 18,3 g
Salt 0,025 g

Order number: PINI_004
Herkunft China
Marke KoRo
EAN 4260335836880
Rückstandsanalyse Specification
Spuren Nutrition traces
Lieferung Delivery time outside of Germany
Unternehmen KoRo Handels GmbH
Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Lagerung Store the product cool and dry
Zutaten 100% Pine Nuts
Allergene May contain traces of GLUTEN, SOY, NUTS, ALMONDS, PEANUTS, MILK (LACTOSE), SESAME and SULPHIDE (SULPHITE).

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What is the difference to cedar kernels?

Cedar kernels are often confused with pine nuts. They look very similar but if you look closely the cedar kernels are smaller and rounder. Pine nuts are often harvest in the Mediterranean region. In comparison to cedar kernel, which are from the Serbian area. Another difference is the class. Pine nuts are growing on pines on the pine tree and cedars are growing on pines of the stone pine tree.

What is the difference to cedar kernels?

Cedar kernels are often confused with pine nuts. They look very similar but if you look closely the cedar kernels are smaller and rounder. Pine nuts are often harvest in the Mediterranean region. In comparison to cedar kernel, which are from the Serbian area. Another difference is the class. Pine nuts are growing on pines on the pine tree and cedars are growing on pines of the stone pine tree.

Does the combination of pine nuts and salty dishes work?

Salty dishes and pine nuts are generally a good combination, but we recommend to roast the nuts and put them on top of a fruit salad. Heaven in a bowl!

17 Jan 2019

Bewertung eines Trusted-Shops-Nutzers

Einfach nur lecker und vom Preis Leistungsverhältnis sehr gut.

4 May 2018

Bewertung eines Trusted-Shops-Nutzers

einwandfreie Pinienkerne, sehr gern wieder

21 Jul 2017

Top Qualität!!

Hochwertige und schmackhafte Pinienkerne. Geröstet auf Pasta einfach ein Traum. Sehr zu empfehlen!!

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