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|Ingredients||Tenebrio molitor, arabica gum (acacia), madras curry, chili, safran't|
|Weight:||30g at 35g|
|Nutritional information / per 100g:||Energy: 1873kJ / 449 kcal; Fats: 28,7g of which saturated fatty acids: 7.1 g; Carbohydrates: 14.5 g of which sugars: 3.6 g; Proteins: 33,3g; salt: 4.4 g.|
|allergens:||crustaceans, gum acacia, pepper|
The madras curry Indian spice and saffron dyers bring all their aromatic power our beetles. They are marinated for several days in order to soak up the flavors to mix the taste halfway between bacon and roasted pistachios.
You should know that our mealworms are fed with fruits and seasonal vegetables and taste varies throughout the year.
Here is a recipe to taste suggestion box :
Mealworms curry :
Preparation time : 20 minutes
Cooking time : 20 minutes
Ingredients (4 people):
- 4 green apples (Granny)
- 60 g of beetles madras curry & safran't
- 20 g butter
- 50 g cream
- 1 tbsp madras curry
- Cut the apples into squares.
- Fry half the apple squares in melted butter in a pan until they are well fluxes. Remove them and keep them.
- Pour the cream into the pan, then add the beetles, sprinkle with curry and cook for 10 minutes over low heat, stirring constantly (add a little cream if necessary).
- Add all the apples and return to heat 2 to 3 minutes, stirring. Serve immediately alone or with some basmati rice.
We had the choice between different brands in multivores to propose you to discover entomophagy in terms of gastronomy with an aperitif. And we chose the TMeat food brand, but why?
Firstly we wanted to be sure to have quality products, high in conditions that respect the environment with absolute safety, but also taking into account animal welfare. And yes, our tiny friends also deserve to grow in good conditions before becoming our food. On this rare points are outdoor farms offering space near natural conditions to insects, for example the few European farms keep livestock "indoor" under artificial light and large scale. Why turn to the future by reproducing the horrors found in other agricultural sectors?
On this point TMeat.food brought us guarantees allowing us to visit the farms where their insects come.
We also wanted, offer the taste and true flavors, food TMeat offer us that. Their insect original recipes are flavored with spices of very high quality without any color, aroma or emulsifier. It's products is the guarantee of 100% all natural products from organic agriculture.
Do not hesitate discover all the TMeat.food range and revolutionize the aperitif !!
Mealworm (Tenebrio molitor) is an insect able to live in very dry stored products, including flour, hence its name miller or mealworms.
Rich in protein and B vitamins, fiber, omega 3, iron, and even calcium, mealworm is one of the most complete edible insects in terms of nutrient intake. Also his breeding is extremely simple and requires little energy. In this there is a prospect of uncompetitive own agriculture with livestock and human consumption, like all insects we control the breeding and reproduction. Beyond these nutritional and environmental qualities, the mealworm is delicious and useful in many ways in our kitchens, in salads, quiche, cake and protein bars.
Australian companies have recently developed hamburgers algal compounds and flour insects whose taste and texture like if mistaken for that of meat.