Wednesday 18 October 2017

Sunflower Seeds Gaining Recognition as Superfood!

Sunflower seeds, which have high antioxidant content, are gaining recognition among chefs as a superfood and being praised for their nutty flavor and rich texture, reports The Wall Street Journal. Sunflower seeds were previously popular in the 1970s, when they were commonly used in seed-encrusted health bread, but have since become associated with health food and convenience stores.
Among the up-and-coming uses of the seed is an addition to cauliflower salad, where they add a bit of earthy saltiness to the taste. Sunflower seeds are gaining popularity as a garnish as well, covering territory previously dominated by pine nuts. Other chefs are experimenting with the seeds by folding the kernels into cornbread batter, deep-frying them in olive oil, or grinding them for use in baked goods and confectionery, according to the report.

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