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Shelled peas, halves
- Nutrition declarationin 100g
- Energy (kcal)361
- Fat (g)- of which saturates (g)1,40,2
- Carbohydrate (g)- of which sugars (g)612,7
- Fibre (g)10
- Protein (g)24
- Salt (g)0,07
Peas, like all legumes, provides the body with a lot of high-value protein and fibre. They are one of the most popular legumes and without them every cuisine is somewhat deficient. As with all legumes, they provide the body with high-value protein and fibre, which is why they are recommended to supplement deficiencies in vegetarian diets.
They also contains a lot of fibre, group-B, A and C vitamins (youth vitamins), as well as potassium, calcium, phosphorus, iron and folic acid. The saponins contained in peas decrease the risk of cardiac diseases and boost the immune system. Peas also regulate the transformation of sugars and decrease blood pressure.
Before cooking, rinse the peas under running water. Place in a pot, adding three cups of water for each cup of peas, bring them to the boil, scoop the foam from the surface and simmer for about 1 hour. Two types of Kupiec peas are available: whole grain and split. Everyone knows cabbage with peas or military pea soup, but you can make many more dishes using peas. Vegan pates, vegetable spreads, pea cookies and cutlets. Our imagination is only our limit.