Nutritional Values  

What we want low and what high?

  • Sugar, fat, saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium the lower the better.
  • Dietary fibre the higher the better.

Quantity per serve  The Quantity per serve state how many calories, grams (g) and milligrams (mg) of nutrients are present in your plate. % DV  The % DV represents the percentage of the Daily Value for each nutrient in a serving, based on a diet of 1600 kcal for women (pink) and 2000 kcal for men (light blue). Normal value is is between 5% to 20%
Calories  Go for a meal of around 300 to 500 Kcal. 208 Kcal 13 10
Carbohydrates 1g 1 1
→ Sugar
Dietary Fibre 2.6g 10 10
Protein  The daily amount of protein for a healthy individual is 0.8-1g for every kg of body weight. 24g
Fat 12g 24 18
→ Saturated Fat 5.8g 39 29
Cholesterol 83mg 28 28
Sodium 466mg 19 19

Made with chunky beef stir-fried in oil and simmered in coconut milk and spicy paste. It can be served with white rice. The plate (only the meat) is low in calories and moderate high in fats and sodium/salt.

208 Kcal

Calorie burning time  

How much do I need to exercise?

Here you can find the Calorie burning time:
an idea of how many minutes of exercise are necessary in order to burn the calories of the dish.
Values are referred to:

  • average active woman 55kg: 1600 Kcal/day
  • average active man 75kg: 2000 Kcal/day

13% of Female’s energy daily requirements 25 25 20
10% of Male’s energy daily requirements 20 20 15
Minutes of cycling Minutes of swimming Minutes of running
Tips on how to make the dish healthier.
  • Choose fish or chicken instead of
    meat.
  • Remove all the visible fat from the
    meat.
  • Pair it with brown rice instead of the
    plain one or biryani rice.
  • Possible food allergens:  Information about the presence of common Food allergens: grains containing gluten, shellfish and fish, eggs, peanuts, soy, cow’s milk.
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