To add flavour without using salt.
An unique dish with the perfect mix of pulses and cereals for a balanced nutritional intake.
AMÍO’s products in the ZuppamiXlegumi line combine the perfect mix of cereals and pulses to provide all the essential amino acids. What makes recipe No. 1 special is the presence of zinc and potassium, two essential elements for physical well-being, since they help regulate muscle, nerve and metabolism functions.
A simple way to help the body, especially useful after intense physical activity to promote muscle recovery.
Oats are typical grains of northern Europe. It has a high protein content and is composed of monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fatty acids. Oats contain a good amount of soluble fibre, which are mainly made up of betaglucans: these compounds are known for their beneficial effect on the body, especially the cardiovascular system. In fact, betaglucans can help maintain normal blood cholesterol levels and reduce blood sugar peaks after a meal. Oats have a high content of iron, phosphorus, zinc and group B vitamins.
White Tondini beans have an exceptional fibre content: 18.6 g per 100 g of product. In fact, a portion of just 70 grams of white beans represents half of the recommended daily intake of dietary fibre. As with all pulses, white beans are also rich in mineral salts. Specifically, they have a very high iron content, namely, 7.9 mg per 100 g. They are also valued for their high magnesium content.
Adzuki beans are the seeds contained in the pods of a plant of the leguminous family. These seeds, which are similar to beans but smaller, are either red or green in colour and are known as “red adzuki” or “green adzuki”. With a high carbohydrate and protein content amounting to 50% and 20% respectively, adzuki beans are somewhere between a starter and a main course. They are suitable for making single dishes, consisting of pulses and cereals, such as adzuki beans and spelt, for a complete and balanced meal.
Peas are a low-glycaemic index food due to their high fibre content, which means that they can reduce glycaemic peaks after a meal. Oligosaccharides, small components of soluble fibre, nourish the intestinal microflora. In addition to valuable micronutrients such as potassium, phosphorus and magnesium, they also offer the typical benefits of pulses, rich in proteins and complex carbohydrates.
Dried chickpeas are an excellent source of carbohydrates, fibre and protein, together making up about 80% of their weight. They are cholesterol-free and are a good source of vitamins and minerals. The excellent fibre content of chickpeas, and of pulses in general, gives a feeling of satiety more quickly during a meal, so that we then feel full for longer due to longer digestion and bowel transit times.
|AVERAGE VALUES||FOR 100 g|
|OF WHICH SATURATES||0,7 g|
|OF WHICH SUGARS||1,2 g|
ZuppamiXlegumi and Oats do not require soaking. Just rinse it through and pour the contents of the packet into water, cook it on low heat for about 60 minutes and add some seasoning to taste to give it a personal touch.
To add flavour without using salt.
To aid iron absorption.
To add character to your dish.
To make a meal with ZuppamiXlegumi and Oats even richer in zinc, you can enrich your side dish with dried fruit, for example by preparing a salad with mussels, radicchio, pear and walnuts or cashew nuts: a single dish is served.
When paired with a portion of fruit and vegetables, with ZuppamiXlegumi you can create what nutritionists call the healthy plate, i.e. a complete and wholesome meal. In fact, the nutritional value of each single 125 g portion can be compared, in terms of carbohydrate and protein content, to a portion* of 80 g of pasta and to a portion of 100 g of meat. Moreover, ZUPPAMIXLEGUMI by Amío provides valuable nutrients such as fibre and mineral salts.
* The reference portion is the Standard Portion recommended by the Italian Society of Human Nutrition.
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