Project Description

MINI RICE CAKES

PAPRIKA

Cheese mini rice cakes, glutamate-free and not fried

IT’S SPECIAL BECAUSE:

Small, crunchy, not fried, like cherries, one leads to the other!

HOW TO USE:

Pocket-size rice cakes: a good substitute for bread, a snack when you’re feeling peckish. Try them also as a base for delicious canapés!

LIVE BETTER WITH TASTE:

Rice cakes are obtained through a rice blowing process that uses heat and pressure. The result is a natural product, which preserves all the nutritional properties of the rice grain.

THE NUTRITIONIST RECOMMENDS.

Check the nutritional values of fried food to keep your health under control.

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TECHNICAL DETAILS

INGREDIENTS

Rice extrudate (75%)(rice flour (87%), potato starch, salt), rice oil (20%), paprika preparation 5% (dextrose, salt, onion, paprika 11%, pepper, flavourings).emulsifier: soya lecithin

ALLERGENICS

May contain traces of celery, sulphites and derived products

BEST BEFORE DATE

12 months after production date

NUTRITIONAL TABLE

DISCOVER ALSO

RICE CAKES – 100% RICE

RICE CAKES – SEEDS AND LEGUMES

RICE CAKES – RICE AND CORN

RICE CAKES – WHOLEGRAIN

RICE CAKES – RICE AND SOY

RICE CAKES – BREAKFAST

RICE CAKES – BASMATI RICE

RICE CAKES – HYPOSODIC

RICE CAKES – 8 CEREALS AND SEEDS

RICE CAKES – MULTICEREAL AND QUINOA

MINI RICE CAKES – 100% RICE

MINI RICE CAKES – FINE HERBS

HAVE FUN COOKING

A demonstration of what you can create with our rice

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RECIPE

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