In culinary terms, barley is best known as an ingredient in beer. Along with einkorn and emmer wheat, this is the first cereal that was deliberately grown and cultivated by humans.
The little grains enrich stews and soups, but also make an excellent addition to salads or an unusual side dish, such as ?barley risotto?.
The barley corns grown in Lower Saxony are processed after harvesting by de-hulling and polishing, creating the pearls. The pearls give dishes a slightly tart aroma and supply many minerals.
Wash the Seeberger pearl barley, soak overnight, simmer for half an hour and season with salt and herbs.
May contain traces of sesame.
Packaged in a protective atmosphere.
Once opened please store in a cool and dry place.
Durchschnittliche Nährwerte /
valeurs nutritionnelles moyennes/
average nutritional values
pro 100 g
pour 100 g
per 100 g
Brennwert / énergie / energy
1.461 kJ / 345 kcal
Fett / matières grasses / fat
davon gesättigte Fettsäuren / dont acides gras saturés / of which saturates
Kohlenhydrate / glucides / carbohydrate
davon Zucker / dont sucres / of which sugars
Eiweiß / protéines / protein
Salz / sel / salt