Adjusting your diet to reduce your cholesterol levels doesn’t mean you have to give up your favourite 'naughty' dishes.
These chicken kebabs marinated in a spicy curry sauce, served with sweet potato fries and tasty coleslaw, are deliciously indulgent and full of healthy fat. There's no mayonnaise in the coleslaw, the fries are oven-baked - not fried - and the spices in the chicken are packed with flavour.
If you marinate the chicken overnight, you'll give the spices longer to get to work while the yoghurt or quark helps make the meat juicy and tender too.
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 454g serving|
|Energy ||118 kcal |
|537 kcal |
of which saturates
|5.3 g |
|24 g |
of which sugars
|6.1 g |
|28 g |
|Fibre||2.4 g ||11 g |
|Protein||10 g ||47 g |
|Salt||0.1 g ||0.4 g |
Arguably the most delicious part of the chicken, this poultry is a great source of protein. Chicken also helps to prevent weight loss by regulating blood pressure and cholesterol, while also reducing the risks of cancer.
Quark is a great, low-fat substitute to other dairy products such as cottage cheese and yoghurts, but it's still full of protein and essential vitamins such as vitamin B6. This aids the body in converting food to energy to help it grow.
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