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Beans from Hak: a healthy snack with delicious variations!

  1. What do you eat at lunchtime when you really need some energy? This will be a known problem for anyone trying to watch their diet. In addition, you naturally prefer to choose a snack that will not take you too much time. Many people end up with the same handful of nuts or the same apple every day.

  2. What do you eat at lunchtime when you really need some energy? This will be a known problem for anyone trying to watch their diet. Moreover, of course you prefer to choose a snack that will not take you too much time. Many people end up with the same handful of nuts or the same apple every day.

  1. Fine, of course, but a little variety doesn't hurt either. Ready for something else? Then try the beans from Hak. These are now sold in easy-to-use stand-up pouches in addition to tins and are therefore very convenient to carry. Plus, we'll give you some easy recipes with it today!

Why beans from Hak?

  1. Legumes are still not very popular in the Netherlands. Most people eat a few peas at the most; beans and certainly lentils are rarely on the menu. We have said it here before, but we keep repeating it: that is a shame! Legumes are incredibly healthy.

  1. In short, they offer about all the benefits of vegetables and the benefits of a lean protein source. In addition to those proteins, they also supply a whole range of vegetable vitamins and minerals. In addition, they are packed with fiber. This results in healthier intestines and more ease of weight loss. In addition, legumes are also good for lowering your cholesterol.

Difficult to prepare legumes?

  1. One of the many reasons people ignore legumes is that they don't know how to prepare them. There is the idea that you have to cook and soak those beans and lentils for hours to make them edible.

  1. However, when you choose ready-to-eat legumes, you don't have that problem at all. You can even eat them straight from the bag. If you are looking for a filling snack with slow carbohydrates and proteins, this is ideal. The nutritional value of these Hak beans is excellent.

  1. Protein: 8.1 grams | Â Carbohydrates: 22.8 grams | Fats: 0.5 grams | Fiber: 5.9 grams

  1. Protein: 6.6 grams | Â Carbohydrates: 13.4 grams | Fats: 0.5 grams | Fiber: 5.6 grams

  1. Protein: 7.7 grams | Â Carbohydrates: 12.8 grams | Fats: 0.5 grams | Fiber: 8.1 grams

  1. Protein: 6.6 grams | Â Carbohydrates: 17.4 grams | Fats: 2.8 grams | Fiber: 9.1 grams

Recipes with beans from Hak

  1. Not such a fan of the idea of ​​plain legumes? Even then there is still plenty to do! In the recipes below, we will take a look at the legumes that Hak sells. These handy bags contain four of the most commonly used varieties: black beans, kidney beans, lentils and chickpeas.

  2. Not such a fan of the idea of ​​plain legumes? Even then there is still plenty to do! In the recipes below, we take a look at the legumes that Hak sells. These handy bags contain four of the most commonly used varieties: black beans, kidney beans, lentils and chickpeas.

  1. For many of our readers, probably not products that evoke elaborate culinary fantasies! Fortunately, that certainly does not mean that there is nothing to do with it. Below we will give you six great recipes. You can certainly get started with that. Of course there is much more to do with legumes, so do not hesitate to search further online.

  1. Chickpeas don't have to be soft and stringy, as many people know them. If you roast them instead of boiling them, they will have significantly more bite. They are then immediately delicious as a snack! We'll give you two options right away: sweet and savory roasted chickpeas.

  1. Take 200 grams of chickpeas for the savory version. Mix them with 1 tbsp olive oil and a pinch of sea salt. Then add spices as desired; chili powder and paprika powder are very tasty with it! Spread out on a baking tray and put in a 200 degree oven for half an hour. Then leave it in the oven for another 10 minutes, and you're done!

  1. For the sweet chickpeas you do almost the same, except you put the chickpeas in the oven plain. While they are roasting for half an hour, mix 2 tsp honey, 1 tbsp coconut oil, 2 tsp cinnamon and possibly a pinch of nutmeg until smooth. Stir into the roasted chickpeas and put it in the warm oven for another 10 minutes.

  2. For the sweet chickpeas you do almost the same, except you put the chickpeas in the oven plain. While they are roasting for half an hour, mix 2 tsp honey, 1 tbsp coconut oil, 2 tsp cinnamon and possibly a pinch of nutmeg until smooth. Stir that into the roasted chickpeas and put it in the warm oven for another 10 minutes.

  1. A classic, but no less worth mentioning, is of course humus! You can also finish this very quickly. The basis is very simple: mix a serving of chickpeas with a spoonful of tahina and some lemon juice. If necessary, add a little more liquid to create a smooth paste. You can then flavor the humus with various herbs and spices.

  2. A classic, but no less worth mentioning, is of course humus! You can also finish this very quickly. The basis is very simple: mix a serving of chickpeas with a spoonful of tahina and some lemon juice. If necessary, add some more liquid to create a smooth paste. You can then flavor the humus with various herbs and spices.

  1. Another option is of course to mash other vegetables through the mixture. For example, humus with pumpkin or humus with beet is a fantastic combination.

  1. Then on to the black beans! These beans are slowly gaining popularity in the Netherlands. However, they have a fairly distinctive taste, so not everyone is a fan of them right away. Fortunately, there is a really easy way to use these healthy and high-fiber legumes without tasting them strong: by making black bean brownies.

  1. You replace part of the flour with black beans here. In other words, more fiber and slower carbohydrates! We posted the recipe on our blog before, you can find it here.

  1. Kidney beans are excellent for a delicious dip. This one is Mexican, ideal for a wonderfully warm summer day! The recipe is very simple. Take 500 grams of kidney beans and put them in the blender or food processor. Add a chopped tomato to that (without the seeds, it makes it very watery).

  1. Also add 2 spring onions, a handful of fresh coriander and 2 tbsp lime juice. If you like it spicy, a red pepper is also an excellent addition. Blend everything in the food processor to a raw salsa. Serve with homemade tortilla chips, for example!

  1. Lentils are mostly used in savory dishes, but they also come into their own with sweet flavors! Middle Eastern cuisine, for example, makes good use of this. These lentil balls are quick and nice and sweet, but still full of fiber.

  1. Mix the lentils with some grated coconut and enough honey to make nice little balls. Then put them in the oven at 180 degrees for 15 minutes, and you're done!

  1. And finally a dip to round off the series nicely: lentil tapenade. You can make these again very easily by mixing all ingredients in a blender.

  1. Take 400 grams of lentils and add a handful of fresh coriander and a handful of fresh dill. Add 4 tbsp olive oil for the right creaminess. Season with 0.5 tsp aniseed and 0.5 tsp cumin seeds, and salt and pepper as desired. Delicious with Mediterranean crackers, for example.



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