A healthy snack on the go, these are seeds found in the watermelon fruit and offer great benefits, low in calories and high in nutrients. The black seeds are sprouted, dried and the shell removed and hence more beneficial than the raw black seed found in the fruit. Watermelon seeds are rich in numerous micronutrients and are even more special because of their protein and vitamin B content
Just a handful of watermelon seeds a day can keep heart troubles away.
Storage: Recommended to store in cool, dry area in covered container and to extend shelf life, refrigerate in covered airtight container. Avoid direct contact with light.
Uses: Watermelon seeds tastes almost similar to sunflower seeds but is a less nutty and thick. Can be eaten as is or even mildly roasted. Sprinkle them on your salads, granola, stir-fries. Stir them into yogurt, pop them into sandwiches, rice, pasta, or knead them into your dough.
Did you know: Every part of the watermelon is edible, even the seeds and rings.