Indian Keema

Keema is a traditional curried mince & pea dish that blends Indian flavours such as cumin, turmeric & chilli. Accompanied with brown rice and green beans.

488kcals, 12g fat, 66.8g carbs, 9g sugar, 12g fibre, 28g protein


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  • Green Beans

    🌱 Rich in vitamins A, C, and K, they are a good source of folic acid and heart protective calcium and fibre.

    🌱 Source of Iron: Iron is a component of red blood cells which is essential to transport oxygen throughout the body. If you are struggling with anemia, dripping energies or low metabolism - then green beans is the magical food you need. 

    🌱 This nutritional powerhouse can do wonders for your skin, hair and nails. Green beans are loaded with an easily absorbed type of silicon, which are important for the formation of healthy connective tissues and strengthening nails and boosting skin health. 

  • Paprika

    🌱 Since it contains a good proportion of Vitamin E, paprika helps the body in producing red blood cells, & also helps in rapid wound healing.

    🌱 Believe it or not but paprika may also promote healthy digestion by increasing saliva and stomach acids, which help in breaking down food and making nutrients available for energy.

    🌱 Paprika has some pretty strong anti-inflammatory powers, too. The capsicum in paprika works to lower LDL cholesterol, the “bad” type of cholesterol that’s linked to inflammatory cardiovascular diseases and diabetes.

  • Brown Rice

    🌱 A whole grain that contains the bran and germ, as apposed to white rice which is a refined grain that has these nutritious parts removed.

    🌱 Brown rice has a lower glycaemic index than white rice, meaning that it’s digested slower & has less of an impact on blood sugar.

    🌱 The fibre helps lower cholesterol, moves waste through the digestive tract, promotes fullness & may help prevent the formation of blood clots.

    🌱 Exceptionally high in manganese, a mineral vital for many important processes in the body, such as bone development, wound healing, muscle contraction metabolism, nerve function & blood sugar regulation.