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After a walk in the mountainous parts of our land, where many chestnut trees grow and villages are named after them, it’s time to indulge in our favorite autumn nut.
One can add them in a cake, whereas their cream can be the basis of delicious sweets of all kind. We like them both roasted and boiled, accompanied with couverture or any chocolate cream. A perfect companion for the cold autumn and winter afternoons.
Chestnuts are a superfood. They are full of nutritious ingredients that boost our body. Let’s find out more about them!
Fresh from the garden
During autumn and winter months.
- Vitamin C
- B complex vitamins
How are they good for us
- Help gastrointestinal system
- Provide with energy
- Boost immunesystem
- Detoxify the body
- Strengthen blood circulation
- To boil chestnuts, first carve them crosswise with a sharp knife and put them in boiling water for twenty minutes. This will also make peeling them easier.
- To roast chestnuts, first carve them crosswise with a sharp knife and roast in the fireplace or in a nonstick pan.
Quick meal with chestnuts
For chestnuts roasted in the oven: Soak chestnuts for thirty minutes and carve crosswise. Spread on a baking sheet and bake for twenty minutes. Serve with cream or chocolate hazelnut.