Fragrant Pumpkin Curry, Black&White Rice – Balinese Grilled Chicken

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INGREDIENTS
Pumpkin
Galangal Powder
Turmeric Powder
White Rice
Black Rice
Kaffir Lime Leaves
Coconut oil
Garlic
Lemongrass
Fresh Chilli
Fresh Turmeric
Fresh Ginger
Coriander Seeds
Tomato Paste
Coconut Sugar
Himalayan Salt
Coconut Cream
Water
Cert. Free Range Chicken Breast
Lemon Juice
Black Pepper
NUTRITION INFORMATION
Serving Size 410g
Energy 557cal
Protein 43.2g
Fat 19.3g
Carbohydrate 52.5g
Sugars 12.2g
Fibre 4.7g
Sodium 512mg

$13.50

QTY
After Training Meal - Low GI - Rich in Antioxidants - Key Minerals - Strong Anti Inflammatory
  • High Protein
  • Dairy Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Free Range

Spice up you day with this mild yet flavourful pumpkin curry dish!

This new addition in the menu will blow you mind and your taste buds away!. It is by far the best curry meal we have created -seriously no offences to our best seller Balinese Chicken Curry with coconut rice from last year!-. It is fragrant, naturally sweet, delicious and offers a great deal of phytonutrients and antioxidants coming from all the highly nutritious ingredients it’s made out of.

We use spices and fresh ingredients like lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, garlic, mild chilies, coconut, coriander seeds, turmeric and galangal just to name some of the main components that give such an elevated character to this dish.

The black rice and white rice combination make for the colourful looks and nutrition, offering a great combo of fibre and minerals.
The complete protein comes from our new Balinese grilled chicken, which we marinate overnight with spices, fresh herbs, fresh chilli and lemon juice.

This meal is hearty, clean and very very delicious… definitely a must-have in anyone’s meal plan!!

WARMING UP: Pre-heat oven @ 180ºc. Pierce film a few times and place in oven for 12min. Alternatively, microwave it for 1:30min. NOTE: When warming up in the oven, the label will turn black and film may come off slightly. This is totally normal and won’t affect in any way the quality of the food.