Palm Worm and Weevil
Also known as sago worms, palm-worms edibles take their name from the tree in which they live. These are the larvae of the red weevil: Rhynchophorus Ferrugineus.
Weevil insect protein
Very voracious, they measure on average 50 mm long and 20 mm wide. We note that its consumption is ecological, because they cause real damage to many varieties of palm.
Next-Food offers you the opportunity to test edible palm worms from its insect breeding center. Carefully fed naturally, this food insect is raised, selected, processed and packaged on site. Each product is therefore traceable and complies with the hygiene standards in force in France. So don’t hesitate to buy edible worms on next- food.net!
For those who are not yet convinced, its taste approaching cheese will perhaps end up persuading them to try a first experience. In any case, entomophagy enthusiasts choose them for their flavor, but also for their nutritional value. Indeed, they are among the insects richest in protein, magnesium, calcium, iron and phosphorus.
Food insect to eat raw or prepared
For tasting, Palm worms can be eaten raw or cooked. For the first option, a chili-based sauce can be helpful, especially for those who dread the taste. For neophytes, we recommend edible grilled or skewered palm worms. This is the best option to start gently. At the end of the first bite, you will be won over
For gourmets, palm worms with ginger are a real treat.
In order to prepare them as well as possible, we start by hydrating them.
Once the insects to eat, ready, put them in a saucepan with a few drops of oil and leave on a low heat. Prepare the basil, garlic, onion and ginger that you add immediately.
Continue cooking over low heat until only oil remains, then serve with rice. Prepared and packaged in 25 g and 1 kg sachets, the edible palm worms available on next-food.net facilitate the preparation of this recipe. So, order some now!