Arepas fit of Chia, Flaxseed, Seeds of Auyama

Arepas fit of Chia, Flaxseed, Seeds of Auyama

Arepas fit of Chia, Flaxseed, Seeds of Auyama

Many people ask me if I make ispas fit of chia and linseed. Of course I prepare them, but I like to invent with new flavors and textures. The arepas of linseed and chia are the most common.

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To get out of the conventional and also to please those who read me, I have prepared this delight that is different from what everyone does but it adapts very well to a healthy lifestyle.

I marvel at the buckwheat or buckwheat and its properties. Although its name seems confusing, it has nothing to do with wheat, on the contrary it is a grain / seed that is gluten-free. It is the most rich in fiber and complex carbohydrates, it is also perfect to be incorporated for those who love everything natural.

Areia Fit of Chia, Flaxseed, Auyama Seeds and Wheatgrass < / p>

Amount: 1 large arepa or two medium fit arepas ¼ cup precooked corn flour (use yellow PAN flour) 2 tablespoons buckwheat or kasha flour 2 tablespoons black chia 2 tablespoons auyama (pumpkin) seeds 2 tablespoons flaxseed ¼ cup water (add more if you see that the dough needs to be moist enough)

  • 1 large arepa or 2 medium size arepas
  • ¼ cup precooked corn flour (use yellow PAN flour)
  • 2 tablespoons buckwheat flour or kasha
  • 2 tablespoons of chia
  • 2 tablespoons of auyama (pumpkin, pips) i>
  • ¼ cup of water (add more if you see that the dough needs to be moist enough)

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