Dice Nutolene roasted nut loaf and add it to stir fries and casseroles. Its smooth texture and peanut taste also goes nicely with crunchy vegetables and salads.
High in protein, iron, zinc and vitamin B12
No artificial colours or preservatives
Nutolene has been a staple source of protein in my life. Living with my mum half the time, who is vegetarian, this was always a well liked food.
One of the great things about Nutolene is that you can eat it as is, no need to cook it first, giving it a great range of uses and it will never give you food poisoning. Nutolene is one solid piece in the can, so sometimes you may need to take off both ends of the can to get it out. Once out you can slice and dice it as you wish.
What have I used this in...? Well, in salads it adds a nice nutty taste without any hard chunky bits. In stir-fries, especially Cashew Masala, it's the perfect compliment to the sauce. My husbands favourite is to put it in a quiche, the texture goes along well with the egg and it adds a nice overall taste to the dish.
This is something that you can eat cold, hot or right out of the tin. I have yet to find a dish that it doesn't go well in.
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