Red Thai Curry

A coconut-based Thai curry made with lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves & dried red chilli. Filled with all the crunchy veg & chicken-style pieces, served with brown rice.

505kcals, 20g fat, 64g carbs, 10g sugar, 9g fibre, 20g protein

ALLERGENS : soy, wheat, celery

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  • Coconut Milk

    Coconut milk is rich in short and medium chain triglycerides that are considered to be healthy fats. They prolong the feeling of satiety causing you to eat less and avoid giving in to cravings. 

    Coconut milk is rich in vitamins C and E that are well known for their anti-oxidant properties. Free oxygen radicals are formed by our body tissues during the process of metabolism. They are harmful to cellular components and contribute towards aging and tumor growth. Antioxidants contained in coconut milk help to neutralize these harmful substances.

  • Tomato

    Tomatoes are the major dietary source of the antioxidant lycopene, which has been linked to many health benefits, including reduced risk of heart disease and cancer.

    A single tomato can provide about 40% of the daily recommended minimum of vitamin C.

    What's more, tomatoes supply vitamin A, which supports immunity, vision, and skin health; vitamin K, which is good for your bones; and potassium, a key nutrient for heart function, muscle contractions, and maintaining a healthy blood pressure and fluid balance.

  • Bell Peppers

    Boost Immunity: load up on vitamin C. 1 cup of sliced red bell peppers gives you 157% of your daily vitamin C content, making them a great way to stay healthy.

    Balance Mood: Naturally occurring in bell peppers, B6 helps your brain produce serotonin and norepinephrine, two chemicals that affect your mood.

    Natural Sleep Aid: The vitamin B6 found in bell peppers also aids in melatonin production, which your body needs to regulate its internal clock.