Explore Cuisine - Organic Black Bean Spaghetti, 200g

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Explore Cuisine - Organic Black Bean Spaghetti, 200g

Brand - Explore Cuisine
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Quick Description

Increase your protein intake whilst lowering the number of carbs in your diet with Explore Cuisine’s Organic Black Bean Spaghetti!

Key Information

  • 200 grams of incredible, earthy, organic black bean spaghetti
  • 45 grams of protein per 3.5oz serving
  • Not just a great source of protein, but full of fibre too
  • Completely plant-based and non-GMO
  • Absolutely gluten-free

Product Overview

Want to make a pasta dish that is going to impress with its unusual yet striking colour but still totally deliver in texture and flavour regardless of the lack of gluten? Then Explore Cuisine’s Organic Black Bean Spaghetti is the pasta for the job.

With a wonderful earthy, rich flavour stemming from the organic black beans, this spaghetti is gluten-free and non-GMO. Not only that, it is an incredible source of fibre and protein, boasting 45 grams per 3.5oz serving of the latter. Coat this pasta with your favourite sauce and you are sure to have a unique, delicious meal.

You don’t have to do anything fancy to prepare this spaghetti either; it’s ready in seven minutes. The pasta can be kept warm in the pan, reheated or served cold and can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 2 days. Explore Cuisine’s Organic Black Bean Spaghetti is the perfect alternative for anyone who is looking for a healthier lifestyle without wanting to give up their favourite dishes.

Ingredients

Organic black soybean flour

Frequently Asked Questions

What kind of black bean is used in Explore Cuisine pasta?

The black beans used in Explore Cuisine products, namely the black bean spaghetti and black bean & sesame fettuccine, are part of a legume family called Glycine max (soybean). They are native to East Asia and are known for their high protein, high fibre, low carbohydrate nutritional qualities.

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