Why should you try Buckwheat? Russian Style Cooking Recipe (Roasted Buckwheat Groats)
- Published on: 1/4/2014
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Buckwheat is a very nutritious, healthy food. It is
great for people who are sensitive to gluten.
The mineral content of Buckwheat is equally
impressive. It has 100% of your daily intake of
Manganese, 90% of copper, 20% of selenium, 20%
Iron, about 98% of Magnesium -- which relaxes the
blood vessels and improves your circulation.
It has 50% of Phosphorus, 20% of Potassium -- and
all of this is for just one serving of 50g to 70g
It is also perfect to use as a garnish. Buckwheat
goes well together with chicken, chicken liver,
meat, fish, vegetables, mushrooms and many
more types of food.
If you live in England, it might be a problem
finding buckwheat in the shops, because a lot of
supermarkets don't sell it. But it is possible to
purchase buckwheat online. Also you can usually
find buckwheat in Russian, Polish, or Eastern
Europeean food stores. Be sure to ask for Full Roasted
Buckwheat Groats, not flour.
It is Important to make sure you get the right product.
The Groats must be a nice Brown colour - they must
not be a light brown or greenish or yellowish colour,
because that is the colour of raw unroasted Groats.
Buckwheat x 100g = 343 calories
Butter x 1 table spoon (17g) = 112 calories
Salt to taste
In one portion of 50-70g will be approx.