Escape with our delicious yellow curry crickets!
- Net weight: 10g
- For 1 to 3 people
- Our insects are raised in Europe and prepared in France, in our workshop near Paris
- Insects may contain gluten and have the same allergens as shellfish, molluscs and dust mites
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Escape with the yellow curry crickets.
Did you know? Yellow curry is not a spice as such, it is a mixture of several spices including: turmeric, coriander, chilli, pepper, fennel, fenugreek, cumin. The properties of each ingredient are combined to create a recipe rich in flavour and nutritional value. For crickets that are even more delicious, crunchy and good for our bodies! Texte
How are our crickets prepared?
Our crickets are carefully prepared in our workshop in Vaux-le-Pénil. Our little secret? We use gum acacia to fix the seasoning without adding oil. We don't use any artificial colouring or preservatives, for healthier and simpler products.
Where do Jimini's insects come from?
For reasons of quality and traceability, our crickets, molitors and crickets are raised on specialised European farms. This also allows us to avoid environmentally damaging transport.
Grasshoppers yellow curry
Dehydrated whole locusts (Locusta migratoria)*, curry 13% (turmeric, coriander, chilli, pepper, fennel, fenugreek, cumin), glazing agent: gum acacia; salt.
See ingredients in bold.
People with allergies to molluscs, crustaceans and/or mites may have an allergic reaction to insect consumption.
Our products are manufactured in our workshop processing nuts, cereals containing gluten, egg, sesame seeds and milk.
Store away from moisture and light. After opening, consume within 3 days.
How do I remove the wings from my grasshoppers?
This is not mandatory at all, but we recommend it for a better mouth feel! Grasshopper wings are very thin and tend to break in your mouth, so we recommend removing them like peanuts!
Open the bag
Grasp the grasshopper's wings at their base, remove them