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. 155 Kcal 9 7
Carbohydrates 10g 5 3
→ Sugar
Dietary Fibre
Protein  The daily amount of protein for a healthy individual is 0.8-1g for every kg of body weight. 15g
Fat 6g 12 9
→ Saturated Fat 3g 20 15
Cholesterol 60mg 20 20
Sodium 160mg 7 7

Made with mutton charcoal-grilled with spices (no peanut gravy). The plate can be paired with brown rice and fresh vegetable. It is low in calories, fats and sodium/salt, but red meat should not be consumed daily. Cholesterol is borderline high, so do not eat more than 5 pieces.

155 Kcal

(5 pieces)

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

9% of Female’s energy daily requirements   20 20 15
7% of Male’s energy daily requirements 15 15 10
Minutes of cycling Minutes of swimming Minutes of running
Tips on how to make the dish healthier.
  • Pair with brown rice and fresh vegetable.D
  • Do not add peanut sauce.
  • Consume red meat only few times per week, prefer chicken.
  • 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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