Using Lupin Flour at home
Preparing meals with lupin is easy, delicious, and good for you!
No matter what type of cuisine you crave, you can easily incorporate lupin into your meals & snacks.
But don’t take our word for it. Visit our recipe section and try some delicious lupin recipes for yourself and enjoy the many ways lupin will spice up your cooking and your healthy lifestyle! The recipes available have all been taste tested for “yumminess”, and generally require few cooking skills.
Be inspired by what you see and try, then create and share your own.
You can enjoy a healthier version of your favourite recipes, by replacing 20-25% of the required plain flour with Irwin Valley Lupin Flour. You can’t go wrong!
If you are on a gluten-free diet, add Lupin Flour to a blend of flour you already enjoy using. Because of its oil content, Lupin Flour will work particularly well with flours that absorb a lot of water, like rice flour or potato flour.
*Gluten Free Recipes and oats.
Some of our recipes call for oat. Whether or not oat is suitable for a gluten-free diet is still controversial. Naturally, oat contains avenin, which is different to the type of gluten find in wheat, rye and barley, but that most people with Coeliac disease would be able to tolerate.
Then again, there is also a risk of cross-contamination between oat and other grains, which is why is does not apply to all oats available at your local shop.
If you would like to read more on the subject:
With Australian Sweet Lupins ability to enhance protein content and aesthetics of baked products there are significant opportunities for the future. Australian Sweet Lupin can improve the nutritional value, health benefits and consumer acceptability of a variety of foods. Food manufacturers would also benefit by the substitution of a low cost food ingredient.
Technologists believe potential food applications may include:
- High protein & high energy drinks
- Milk type beverages, yoghurts probiotics and tofu
- Vegetarian meal like products
- Whipped products fillings and glazing
- Noodle and pasta products
- Fermented foods such as tempe and miso
- Snacks and ready-to-eat meals
- Baked foods such as breads, cakes, muffins, biscuits and donuts
- Lupin substituted meat & sausages
- Ice cream, cream desserts, mayonnaise and dressings
- High dietary fibre foods, including weight reduction diets