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Mangetout, also sometimes called snow peas, are bright green flat legumes. The skin has a smooth and crispy texture, on the inside it contains soft peas. Mangetout have a subtle sweet taste.
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Mangetout tips

How to prepare mangetout?

Cut the ends off the mangetout and rinse them well. Mangetout can be cooked, steamed or stir-fried.
Regardless which method is preferred, keep the cooking time short to maintain the texture.

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How to store?

Mangetout are best kept in the fridge.
  • Great addition to salads.
  • Delicious in a quiche, oven dish or ragout.
  • Perfect in combination with smoked salmon.

Nutritional values per 100 g

33 Kcal
0 g Fats
2,5 g Fibers
Mangetout are rich in Vitamin C and a source of fibres.

Origin EAT ME Mangetout

Mangetout - EgyptEgypt Mangetout - EthiopiaEthiopia Mangetout - GuatemalaGuatemala Mangetout - PeruPeru Mangetout - ZambiaZambia Mangetout - ZimbabweZimbabwe

Did you know...

  • 'mange tout' means 'eat everything' in French. This applies to the fact that the peas are still in the pod when they are eaten.

  • Mangetout needs to be harvested within two days as soon as it has reached a length of 8 cm. Therefore all mange tout have the same size.

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Mayan Pride Project
Mayan Pride Project
Guatemala suffers from high unemployment rates, emigration and poverty in rural areas. There is little work for the growers. However, there are still opportunities as Guatemala has a perfect climate to grow high quality vegetables.
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