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Homemade Veggies Shell (300g)

Homemade Veggies Shell


About This Product

Need to get your daily dose of veggies and can’t give up pasta? Pick up a bag of our Homemade Veggies Shell and you’ll get a two-in-one solution. Made from 100% natural vegetables with no salt, artificial colouring or preservatives, it’s great for a healthy dose of vegetables.
Plate up the sea-inspired plate of your dreams with this Instagram-worthy pasta. Gorgeously multi-coloured, not only is it a healthy helping of veggie-loaded pasta but so versatile too! Prepare it with sauces, soups or even on its own with a sprinkling of cheese for a healthy version of mac and cheese. Got a picky eater at home? Make mealtimes easier for your little ones with interesting pasta shapes like our Homemade Veggie Shells. Plus, it’s homemade with no preservatives, artificial colourings or flavourings so you can be sure you’re feeding your loved ones only the best nature has to offer.
Pair with your favourite pasta sauces or simply chop up more vegetables and mix it up into a pasta salad that’ll keep you satisfied till the next mealtime.

Country of Origin: Malaysia

What Does This Taste Like?
A lightly chewy textured pasta with a mild vegetable flavour that is versatile enough to pair with sauces, soups and more.

Health Benefits
1. Corn contains several vitamins and minerals such as manganese, phosphorous, magnesium, zinc and copper. All of these contribute to supporting growth and maintenance of body tissues as well as preventing cardiovascular diseases.
2. Broccoli is an excellent source of vitamin K and C, folic acid, potassium and fibre. Vitamin C helps build collagen which is essential for tissue and bone growth as well as the healing of wounds. Vitamin C is also an effective antioxidant and is effective in protecting the body from free radicals which can cause aging and damage cells.
3. Spinach is an excellent source of iron, calcium, folic acid, potassium and magnesium. It helps with maintaining a healthy immune system, muscle and nerve function, energy metabolism and regulating blood pressure and blood sugar levels. The chlorophyll contained in spinach is also effective at blocking carcinogenic effects of heterocyclic amines, thus helping to prevent cancer. High vitamin K content helps with bone health while vitamin A contributes to healthy skin and hair.
4. Orange carrots are rich in beta-carotene which is then converted into vitamin A in the liver. Vitamin A is highly effective in preventing macular degeneration and cataracts, improving eyesight and even providing the pigment necessary for better night vision. Beta-carotene also acts as an antioxidant and reduces cell damage by regulating the body’s metabolism. High amounts of carotenoids are also associated with lower cardiovascular disease rates.
5. Orange sweet potatoes are excellent sources of vitamin A and effective in helping improve digestion, reducing arthritis pain and treating stomach ulcers.
6. Pumpkins are rich in vitamin A, good antioxidants and can boost your immunity.
7. Red capsicums have more than 10x the vitamin A and C content of green capsicums, containing up to 200% of the daily recommended vitamin C intake. They are also good sources of vitamin B6 and folate which can help prevent anaemia.
8. Purple sweet potatoes aren’t only eye-catching when added to food but also contain high amounts of antioxidants, are great at regulating blood pressure and may prevent thrombosis due to its chlorogenic acid content.
9. Red amaranth is a good source of iron, containing up to 29% of the daily recommended intake of iron in 100g of red amaranth leaves. It is also one of the richest sources of vitamin C which is essential for the absorption of iron, wound healing and fighting against viral infections. Red amaranth also contains high amounts of vitamin A, K and B6 as well as potassium, its mineral levels (calcium, manganese, magnesium, copper and zinc) are much higher than even spinach.
10. Beetroot helps with regulating blood pressure, thus reducing the risk of stroke and heart failure. This root vegetable also helps improve physical performance as the nitrates found in beets can boost the efficiency of mitochondria in the cells.
11. Purple carrots are particularly rich in antioxidants known to fight inflammations. This vibrantly coloured Eastern species also contains plenty of potassium, vitamin C, manganese, vitamin A and B.

Usage Directions
1. Bring 3 cups of water to boil for an individual serving of pasta.
2. Add pasta and continue stirring to keep pasta from sticking to the bottom of the pot. Reduce flame till the pasta is just simmering.
3. Cook according to the recommended timings. 4-5 minutes is ideal for mini pasta, 7-9 minutes for shell and tube pastas.

How To Consume
1. Cook a portion of pasta and add your favourite sauce to it. We suggest a pesto (vegan-friendly) or Bolognese sauce if you need to add some meat to your meal. Cook according to the sauce package instructions and garnish with shredded cheese once plated if desired.
2. Cook a portion of pasta and let it cool before tossing with mayonnaise/salad dressing of your choice, cherry tomatoes, corn, diced cucumber and onion then set it aside in the refrigerator to chill. Garnish with a sprinkling of nuts of your choice prior to serving.
3. Cook a soup of your choice, and add in a portion of cooked pasta. We recommend mushroom soup or ABC soup but it can be paired with any soup you desire. Serve warm.

Unbleached Wheat Flour, Corn Puree, Broccoli Puree, Spinach Puree, Orange Carrot Puree, Orange Sweet Potato Puree, Pumpkin Puree, Red Capsicum Puree, Purple Sweet Potato Puree, Red Amaranth Puree, Beetroot Puree, Purple Carrot Puree.

Allergy Information
Contains wheat products.

Storage Instructions
Store in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. Avoid exposure to foods with strong smells, as pasta may absorb the odours of other strong-smelling food if exposed to it for a prolonged period.

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