Mumbai Chicken Curry
Chicken curry with basmati rice (335 g)
No added sugar
Delicious blend of flavours
Juicy, creamy and tender chicken
Perfect for lunch or dinner
Served with basmati rice
WHAT MAKES THIS DISH SPECIAL
Curry is basically everywhere in the United Kingdom. Chicken curry has become increasingly popular in the past decades and this is not a coincidence. It is full of flavours, it is creamy and the chicken is juicy and tender. The whole dish almost melts in your mouth: a true joy for the taste buds. But how curry and chicken curry become so popular among the Birtish? One of the biggest success stories of the second half of the 20th century was the spread of Indian food in Britain. The first Indian restaurant opened in 1809. At that ime mainly Indian Maharajas came here, but members of the English royal family also visited the restaurant. At first, exotic flavors were not that popular, and it was only in the early 20th century that they began to gain popularity. Did you know that there are more Indian restaurants in London than in Mumbai or Delhi? Another lesser known secret about curry: some say that Indians do not even know it as a spice. Colonizers in India tasted a dish that the locals called karhí, based on which the English named “curry” every saucey Indian dish. Also, curry is not a single spice, it is a spice mix, made with turmeric, chilli powder, ground coriander, ground cumin, ground ginger and pepper. This Chicken Curry with delicious basmati rice is a culinary dream come true, and a must-have dish on a busy day. Place an order now and travel to India with the help of this creamy Chicken Curry.
ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BASMATI RICE
Basmati rice has been cultivated for thousands of years, mainly in India and Pakistan, at the foot of the Himalayas. It got its eloquent name for one of its special qualities. The meaning of the word basmati is “queen of scents”. Many people use and love it around the world due to its simple and quick preparation, unique taste and smell. Basmati rice is cholesterol free and does not contain gluten. It can also be used well in a diet, as its carb content is absorbed into the bloodstream more slowly than any other rice (its glycemic index is 58), it does not raise blood sugar levels quickly. It is an important source of vitamin B that help the heart, muscles and nervous system function properly. It is easy to digest and its taste is intensely aromatic. It goes well with Asian dishes, salads and basically any dish if you like its unique taste.
ABOUT LOW CARB DIET
The good news is that this low carb chicken curry perfectly fits into a low carb meal plan. Let’s see why! The main principle of low carb diet is to avoid foods high in sugar and starch, such as bread, rice, pasta, potatoes, sweets, desserts and sugar. During a low carb diet, the body breaks down fats efficiently because the body’s glycogen stores are depleted, and energy is mostly covered from fat stores. Some say that low carb diet is often much more effective than other diets. Low carb diet can help lower and normalize blood sugar levels. The most frequently mentioned benefits of a low carb diet are weight loss, reduced fat percentage, lower blood sugar, mental freshness and a more balanced digestive system.
NUTRITION FACTS (PER SERVING)
Energy: 364 kcal
Fat: 11.38 g
– of which saturates: 1.59 g
Carbohydrates: 32.72 g
– of which sugars: 2 g
Fiber: 1.9 g
Protein: 31.54 g
Salt: < 1 g
Allergen info: Please always read the labels of the products you receive before consuming.
Skinless, boneless chicken, onion, tomato, garlic, ginger, garam masala, chilli powder, vegetable oil, bay leaves, water, fresh coriander
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