These tasty lentils have a delicate, slightly peppery flavour, and were grown in Le Puy-en-Velay, in France. They've been simply cooked with water, onion, bay leaf and a dash of olive oil, and are a fantastic base for summery salads.
High fibre and protein
Suitable for vegans
Each 125g serving provides:
Energy: 755 kJ, 179 kcal, 9%; Fat: 2.1g, 3%, Low; Saturates: 0.4g, 2%, Low; Sugars: 0.9g, 1%, Low; Salt: 0.03g, 1%, Low
% of an adult's reference intake
(Typical values per 100g: Energy 604kJ/143kcal)
Table of Nutrition
per 100g (as sold): Energy kJ/kcal: 604 / 143, Fat : 1.7g, of which saturates : 0.3g, Carbohydrates : 18.1g, of which sugars : 0.7g, Fibre : 6.6g, Protein : 10.6g, Salt : 0.03g
Puy Lentils (96%) (Water, Puy Lentils), Onion, Olive Oil, Bay Leaf Powder
Suitable for Vegans
Preparation & Usage
Easy to prepare
Squeeze the pouch to loosen the grains. For best results, heat through in a pan with a dash of water. Otherwise, tear a 2cm opening at the top and microwave for 45s at 900w, or simply enjoy it cold.
For delicious veggie meatballs: press these cooked Puy Lentils into balls. Fry them and add to a pan of simmering tomato sauce. Cook for 20 mins and serve with pasta.
Store in a cool, dry place.
Once opened, keep in the fridge and eat within 3 days.