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The history of Amaranth stretches back thousands of years. First cultivated by the Aztecs 8,000 years ago and is still considered a native crop in Peru. Amaranth is considered a special crop in South America and
is renowned as a nutritious food source and frequently used in ceremonial practices. Amaranth, just like Quinoa, is actually a seed and not a grain. However both are prepared and used in similar ways as wholegrains. 



  • Cook Amaranth and use it as a rice alternative or breakfast porridge.
    It can also be sprouted and added to salads or raw dishes.
    To sprout just soak for 1-2 days until the sprouts show.
    1. Rinse before use. Use a ratio of 1 cup (193g) of Amaranth to 2 ½ cups (625 ml) of water.
    2. Add Amaranth and water to a pot. To make a porridge add an extra ½ cup (125 ml) of water.
    3. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, cover then leave to simmer for 15-20 mins.
    4. As a breakfast porridge, try adding dried/fresh fruit, nuts and seeds.
    5. As a rice alternative, try adding herbs and sea salt for extra flavour.


  • Energy kcals                353
    Energy kj                    1476
    Total Fat                      7.1g
    Of which saturates      2.1g  
    Carbohydrates             71g
    Of which sugars          0.5g
    Protein                      15.5g
    Fibre                           9.5g
    Salt                           21mg