Depending on the variant used: paprika or fort, there is a spicy or spicy flavor. But for the sake of your taste buds, we chose a soft variant that will not disturb the most sensitive to strong spices palace.
But in addition to these culinary virtues, paprika is prized for its natural PROPERTIES including these medicinal properties. Indeed, the "red pepper" in addition to being a very good source of vitamin C, helps digestion, prevents colds and helps to cure cough.
Today's Jimini invites you to this popular seasoning with one of your favorite dried insects, the star of the aperitif, the king of edible insects: Desert!
HOW TO KNOW IF AN INSECT is edible?
This is a common question among those new to the world of edible insect! Generally we advise you to go hunting in the fields or the forest next door, in fact insects you find there will likely to be contaminated with pesticides and other pests that could harm your health. Worse, they may not be edible at all!
There are more than 1,900 insects identified as "edible" by FAO, but in Europe, you will find a dozen, which includes grasshoppers, crickets, mealworms, buffalo worms and the moth. So caution if you come across a bug and you feel like tasting it, the best advice we can give you is to look to the marketed products.
HOW TO ENJOY YOUR BUGS CHEWABLE?
Jimini'S offers the opportunity to taste cooked crickets with different flavors. Indeed, you will find on our online store seasonings as "pepper and dried tomatoes", "fruity curry" or "Greek". Alongside these seasonings must now count the Desert "paprika"!
For those who wonder how munch his first cricket we advise you to remove the wings of the latter. Indeed, some may be bothered by the texture of the wings, extremely thin, which tend to stick in the mouth. Hint: you can also integrate your crickets paprika in your bourritos and salads, as do the Mexican with the famous chapulines, or eat grilled, revenue in butter.
Whole dried locust (Locusta migratoria), stabilizer (acacia gum), seasoning preparation [water, vegetable oil (rapeseed), tomato paste, salt, spices (pepper and Others), flavor, sugar, aromatic plants] .
Nutrition declaration / per 100g:
Energy: 2275kJ / 545 kcal; Fats: 33,6g of which saturated fatty acids: 9.0 g; carbohydrates: 9.7 g of which sugars: 1.0g; Proteins: 51,0g; Salt: 2.4g.