With 3 times more protein than quinoa, and only 4% carbs, lupin is the richest source of combined protein and fibre in the world.
Packing a punch in nutrient value with prebiotic fibre, and providing an excellent source of calcium, potassium and magnesium, lupin is set to be a popular powerhouse food.
Low GI with more dietary fibre than oats, more iron than kale and more antioxidants than berries, this naturally gluten free and Australian-grown legume is quickly becoming the new cool kid on the block with superfood status.
Add 1 cup rice, ½ cup Lupin Flakes, 3 cups water to a rice cooker with ¼ tsp salt.
Dust in rice flour and dip in egg before crumbing, then rest for 15 mins before cooking.
Ideal for chicken, fish, meat or vegetables.
Lupin Flakes are great for using in baking.
Try substituting up to 1/5 of wheat flour in bread baking.
Typical analysis 100g
| - Dietry fibre
| - Sugars
|Lutien + Zeaxanthin
Note* Contains Lupins, which may be an allergin for some with high legume sensitivity.