chia seeds recipes

using chia seeds in recipes, raw chia seeds, gel and as a thickening agent


From a culinary perspective, there are just the chia seeds, grounded chia seeds, chia snacks, chia drinks and chia seed bars. Resuming, chia thickens, acts as a binder and emulsifies things.


The following provides some ideas using ‘raw’ chia seeds:


-         Sprinkle the chia seeds oatmeal, cereals and yogurt.

-         Stir chia seeds into smoothies and whatever drinks.

-         Toss chia seeds in mixed rice, pasta, greens or potato salads.

-         Add chia seeds to cookie and muffin recipes.

-         stirring the chia seeds while make a pudding into the rice, coconut or almond milk.

-         Use the chia seeds as milled chia, grinding the seeds into a coarse flour in coffee grinder and use it in baked goods.


making chia gel

add 2 tablespoons of chia seeds to 1 cup of cool water. The water make the seeds swell they will become gelatinous. Then you can use this gelatinous chia mixture as a replacement for egg gel in some recipes.


chia gel as a thickening agent

You can also use chia gel as a thickening agent in salad dressings and soups and sauces.

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