Fenugreek with nuts




- Raw almonds with skin

- Currants

- Fenugreek

- Salt


- Soak raw almonds in water for 30 minutes.

- Drain and place the almonds in a skillet to toast. Add salt.

- Toast over medium-low fire, stirring constantly.

- When the almonds are almost toasted, over a low heat, add a few grains of fenugreek (4-10 seeds) and toast them lightly. Remove well so that almonds become imbued with the flavor of fenugreek.

- It is important that fenugreek do not become roasted in excess, so as not to provide a very bitter taste.

- Remove from heat and place on a plate to cool.

- Mix with currants and serve as a snack or dessert. If we with nuts and dried fruit add to this type of dessert, we will obtain a " musician dessert."


- The recipe combines the salty taste almonds, the sweetness of the raisins and the bitter taste of fenugreek beans.

- It is a very healthy supply of essential fats Omega 6 and Omega 3, from almonds.

- In addition, currants are a major mineral intake, especially calcium.

- The overall basifying mineral content stands out, such as magnesium, calcium, potassium and zinc. These minerals are beneficial for bones. It is recommended that people with osteoporosis carry out at least once a week, this kind of dessert to strengthen their locomotor system.

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