Buffalo worms have a discreet umami taste that leaves a light, nutty aftertaste. They go well with more or less everything.
You can use either whole or ground buffalo worms to add protein and a feeling of adventure to your dishes. Try buffalo worms roasted, freeze-dried, or buy frozen ones and fry them on a pan.
You can serve buffalo worms using almost any cooking technique, whether roasting, roasting, or sautéing. You can cook and eat them exactly how you want.
Buffalo worms’ mild and nutty taste blends with everything like bread, meatballs, tacos, hamburgers, spaghetti, caramels, lollipops, paellas, pizzas, chocolate, cookies, etc. You can toss them in salads or on tacos or throw them in your mouth as a snack. Internet is full of buffalo worm recipes.
Freeze-dried buffaloworms from the EU (Alphitobius diaperinus).
NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (PER 100G)
Energy 2100 kJ /505 kcal
Fat 27.6g (of which saturates 9.4g)
Carbohydrate 2.9g (of which sugars 0.7g)
Store dry, dark, and at room temperature.
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May contain traces of gluten.