Raw Hazelnuts

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About Raw Hazelnuts

Ingredients Hazelnut Kernel
Origin Turkey
Shelf life 18 months
Allergens Tree Nuts May be Present: Peanuts, Other Nuts, Sesame, Soy, Milk, Egg
Storage Condition Keep in Cool and Dry Place
Features Raw, Whole, Shelled, No added Sugar, Sodium Free, Gluten-Free, GMO-Free, Vegan
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Our delicious nutty raw hazelnuts are extremely versatile and can be used in both sweet and savoury dishes. Enjoy Natural Moreish delectable raw no shell hazelnuts on-the-go or combine them with seeds and dried fruit for a delicious trail mix.

These small raw hazelnuts are also great for those looking to limit their carbohydrate intake.

These tasty and healthy nuts contain no additives. Perfect for a mid-afternoon snack. Stock up on our delicious hazelnut kernels in bulk or retail and save money today!

Tasting notes

Our hazelnuts are famous for their excellent flavor, aroma, and texture. They are sweet, buttery, and crunchy. The good thing is hazelnuts can stand up in recipes with many high-taste ingredients, especially those utilizing chocolate.

  • Filbertone is naturally occurring ketone found in hazelnut oil. It has a roasted, fatty, sweet and long-lasting character.
  • They have a light, buttery, sweet nut flavor with a nice, meaty crunch.
  • All-natural, no added color

 

Nutrition and Health Benefit

Nutrition Facts

  • Full of Nutrients

Hazelnuts hold an excellent nutrient profile. Although they’re high in calories, they are also rich in nutrients and healthy fats.

  • Fiber:7 grams
  • Vitamin E:21% of the RDI
  • Thiamin:12% of the RDI
  • Magnesium:12% of the RDI
  • Copper:24% of the RDI
  • Manganese:87% of the RDI

Hazelnuts also contain suitable amounts of vitamin B6, folate, phosphorus, potassium, and zinc.

They are a valuable source of mono and polyunsaturated fats and contain the right amount of omega-6 and omega-9 fatty acids (12Trusted Source).

 

  • Loaded with Antioxidants

Hazelnuts are an abundant source of antioxidants, which resist damaging free radicals and may reduce the risk for diseases associated with premature aging. Protects the body from oxidative stress, which can promote cancer and heart disease.[1]

 

  • Full of Fiber

Hazelnuts are a pleasant snack that’s loaded with dietary fiber to keep you full and maintain a healthy digestive system. You’ll receive more dietary fiber in a serving of Hazelnuts than a 1 cup of spinach or broccoli.

 

  • Healthy Fats and Fatty Acids

The total fat content of ten hazelnuts is 8.3 grams, which represents 13% of your daily value. Fats are an essential part of a healthy balanced diet and help your body absorb more nutrients. It is said that mono and polyunsaturated fats have a good effect on your heart by lowering the bad cholesterol level in blood.

 

  • B Vitamins

Hazelnuts are a great source of B vitamins, especially thiamine which can promote proper nerve, muscle and heart function. Vitamin B6 is essential for brain function, and hazelnuts provide 4% of your Daily value in a serving.

 

  • May be Good for your Heart

Hazelnuts are loaded with manganese which is famous for its antioxidant functions and is responsible for normal metabolism of fats, amino acids and carbohydrates.

 

  • Protein and Amino Acids

Hazelnuts are an excellent source of protein and provide sufficient amounts of amino acids. Bring a serving of hazelnuts with you to the gym as a post-workout snack to support repair muscle tissue.

 

 

Beverage or other food pairing

“Food pairing” is a method for identifying which foods go well together. The picture below is a food pairing tree of hazelnuts that can inspire you for getting creative with this delicious nut.[2]

 

When it comes to pairing, hazelnuts are delightful in both sweet and savory recipes. This wonderful nut has a lot of great pairings that you can light things up with them. Check out the possible unique flavor combinations for hazelnut:

 

Hazelnut and Dill

Dill overall has a sharp, green, lemony, and herbal flavor despite this vegetal combination it has the potential to pair with hazelnuts. Hazelnuts have a sophisticated earthy tone in them, which can complement the green and herbal taste found in dill.

 

Hazelnut and Avocado

Both of these yummy ingredients are naturally fatty. Avocados have subtle notes of hazelnut and anise, and because of this, they can play off the authentic flavor of hazelnuts.

 

Hazelnut and Garlic

Roasted garlic can take on a sweet caramelized flavor which is improved by the roasted nutty flavor of hazelnuts; the two are more complimented when lemon is joined to add a dimension of acidity and freshness. Try combining these ingredients for a wonderful sauce over chicken!

 

Hazelnut and chocolate

It’s no secret that chocolate can taste much more delicious when paired with hazelnuts! This nut has a distinct flavor that goes well with dark chocolate.

Go ahead, add a bit of dark chocolate to the mix. Nibbling on a small amount of chocolate can keep stress, blood pressure, and circulation under control! (Greatist)

 

Serving suggestions

This buttery, sweet flavor pairs well with many fruits, including apples, apricots, bananas, berries, peaches, cherries, citrus, figs, pears, and plums. Hazelnut works especially well with chocolate and vanilla, which is why it is so commonly used in desserts like cakes, cookies, ice cream, and gelato.[3]

 

 How Hazelnuts are harvested

Hazelnuts need to be harvested before the autumn rains. As the nuts ripen, they drop from the tree over approximately six weeks. When they see that the nuts are starting to fall, they facilitate the process by gently shaking the tree limbs to loosen the nuts from their perches.

 

Storage

It is best to process your nuts just before use. However, if you’d like to have hazelnuts ready for adding your dishes, then only roast raw kernels, dice, and freeze in an airtight container apart from foods with strong odors. They will keep for over a year in the freezer, and you can get the amount you need, bring them to room temperature and use immediately.

 

 

Allergy

If you have one tree nut allergy, it’s highly likely that you’re allergic to other tree nuts as well. Still, only about 25 to 40 percent of people are allergic to both peanuts and tree nuts, according to Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE).[4]

If you are allergic to cashews, for instance, you might test positive for hazelnut antibodies, however, consuming hazelnuts would not cause you any harms. Interestingly, even some people with known pollen allergies test positive for nut antibodies, even though they’re not particularly allergic to nuts.

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Nutritional Information

Serving size: 50g
PER SERVE PER 100g
Energy
1335kJ 2670kJ
Protein, total
8.85g 17.7g
Fat, total
29.7g 59.4g
saturated
2.5g 5g
Carbohydrate
2.3g 4.6g
sugars
2.05g 4.1g
Sodium
5mg 10mg

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Raw Hazelnuts FAQ

Do you have to bake hazelnuts/filberts before using them?

Absolutely not. They are wonderful raw. If you keep a portion frozen, they will taste as fresh as can be when you take them out.

Are these hazelnuts roasted, or raw or blanched?

They are raw.

Are these hazelnuts organic and gluten free?

Gluten free but not organic.

Do raw hazelnuts need to be cooked?

If you need to remove the skins you heat them and then rub them off. Roasting your hazelnuts before using them in a recipe, brings out the flavor. To do that, heat the oven to 350 degrees. Add the nuts, spread out on a cookie sheet. Turn OFF the oven. Leave nuts in for 15 minutes or until oven is cool. They will never over cook with this method.

How many servings of nuts per day is healthy?

The American Heart Association recommends eating four 1.5-ounce (about a handful) servings of unsalted, unoiled nuts per week, and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration says that eating 1.5 ounces of nuts per day may reduce the risk of heart disease.

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