High in Vitamin B6 and Good Fats.
How To Choose
When deciding on the seeds you want to stock your pantry with, there are two main characteristics you should look out for: that the seeds aren’t soft and soggy or that there is no added moisture inside their packaging, and that they are mostly the same light-brown colour.
How To Prepare
Sunflower seeds can be prepared and enjoyed in two main ways – either by eating them raw or by boiling and then roasting them in the oven for 25 minutes at 150ºC. Once you remove them from the oven, add a few cracks of salt and pepper and tuck into these crispy, calcium-rich treats.
How To Store
When storing your sunflower seeds, be sure to keep them covered in a container and stored in a cool, dry cupboard. Did you know that you can freeze-store sunflower seeds? Simply place them into an airtight bag and store them in your freezer.
- 19.3g protein per 100g
- 129mg of magnesium per 100g delivering 21% Daily Value
- 11.1g fibre per 100g
- 0.8mg of Vitamin B-6 per 100g delivering 40% Daily Value
- 3.8mg Iron per 100g