* From certified organic origin
Harvest Pilaff is a healthy mix of brown basmati rice, red and brown lentils, wild rice, yellow and green split peas. You can simply make a delicious, nutritious meal with this healthy mix. Pilaff (pilav) comes originally from the Middle-East. Brown basmati rice is originally from Southeast-Asia. The rice has a long, solid grain and a full taste. The word "basmati" is originally from Hindi and means "fragrant". Because of the bran, it contains nutritional fibers, vitamin B1, vitamin B3 and iron. Wild rice is actually not a rice, but a grain variant with long, solid dark-brown seeds and a nutty taste. It is nutritious, rich of proteins, carbohydrates, Vitamin B, minerals and fibers. Wild rice is mostly being cultivated in North-Amerika. Lentils are pulses that are rich of proteins, fibers and also an excellent source of iron. The red variety has a relative sweet, nutty taste and boils down to a thick, creamy red-orange mash. Brown lentils have a mild taste and keep their sturdiness. Split peas have little fat and contain many fibers and proteins. Besides that, they are i.e. rich of vitamin B11, mangaan, copper and iron. Green split peas boil down to a solid, creamy mash and have a somewhat earthy taste. The yellow split pea is a little sweeter of taste than the green variety.
Basmati rice brown*, red split lentils*, brown lentils*, wild rice*, dahl lentils*, green peas split*
EU/non-EU Agriculture The Netherlands