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Easy ways to incorporate Organic Watermelon seeds in your meals

by Organic Condiments on November 20, 2021

Watermelon as a fruit comes across as red, squashy and super juicy but its seeds probably don’t cross your mind as much. People usually remove these white or black seeds from the fruit and consume just the fruit. But did you know that these seeds have magical nutrient properties? These seeds are super nutritious and healthy. Some people prefer seedless fruits. But the nutritional value of organic watermelon seeds may convince you otherwise.

Organic watermelon seeds are low in calories and are rich in nutrients. When these seeds are roasted, they get crispy and can easily take the place of other unhealthy snack options. Therefore adding Orco organic watermelon seeds to the diet will prove to be beneficial for everybody.  Watermelon seeds are best consumed roasted. You can easily roast watermelon seeds and sprinkle some salt over them to make for a savoury snack. This can be both a delicious as well as a healthy way to consume watermelon seeds on the go. Apart from this, there are more extravagant recipes that you can try at home using watermelon seeds.

 Some of the ways you can consume Organic Watermelon Seeds are as follows: 

  1. Try making yummy Organic Watermelon Seeds Bar : You can easily make these by roasting organic watermelon seeds in a utensil on medium heat. Once the seeds achieve a reddish hue, you can transfer them into a bowl. Next, you need to coat these seeds in a thick organic jaggery syrup. Once this is done, you can brush a pan with a little coconut oil and press these coated organic watermelon seeds onto it to form thick cakes or bars. Finally, you can cut up these cakes into watermelon seed bars and consume it as a sweet and a healthy crunchy snack.
    Watermelon Seeds Bar
  2. Make Organic Watermelon Seeds Rice : This recipe is a little more spicy which can also serve as a meal in itself. You can begin by dry roasting the organic watermelon seeds along with some red chillies in a pan. Transfer this roasted mix into a bowl, add some Orco organic pink salt and Orco organic jaggery powder, and grind it all to a coarse powdery consistency. Next, you need to add some oil in a pan and throw in some Orco organic mustard seeds, urad dal, curry leaves, and asafoetida. After this, you can even add peanuts to this and shallow fry them until dark brown. Finally, you need to add some pre-boiled rice to this along with the coarsely ground watermelon seeds powder and mix everything well together. Your organic watermelon seeds rice is now ready to be served.
  3. Organic Watermelon Seeds Barfi : You can also try and make some delectable yet healthy desserts with organic watermelon seeds. Simply start by grinding some organic watermelon seeds to a fine powder. Then you need to make an Orco organic jaggery powder syrup in a pan and then pour the organic watermelon seeds powder into it and wait till it forms a thick cake-like mixture. Cut these into small diamonds and your organic watermelon seeds barfis are ready to serve.
  4. You can even sprout Organic Watermelon Seeds : Sprouting is a natural process that allows seeds to germinate and produce tiny green shoots. The process, commonly used in a wide variety of other seeds and grains, it even boosts the nutritional value of the seeds. As a bonus, it makes organic watermelon seeds even tastier and naturally removes their dark outer shell to reveal a creamy interior. Eat your sprouted watermelon seeds within three or four days of sprouting them. They’re a deliciously nutritious snack on their own, and even better tossed in your morning bowl of cereal.

Orco Organic Watermelon seeds are totally safe to eat. In fact, they are a great sources of minerals, protein, and essential fatty acids. Eating the seeds, which you may otherwise spit out and throw away, can help reduce your food waste. You can even make the most out of your watermelon by preparing and eating the rind. Talk about zero waste.

Watermelon seeds actually taste like sunflower seeds but are a little less nuttier in taste. Roast or sprout them and eat them like you would any other nut or seed, or even alone as a snack, tossed on a salad, or sprinkled on smoothies and just like that you can incorporate Orco Organic Watermelon seeds in your meals.

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