Indian Keema

Keema is a traditional curried mince & pea dish that blends Indian flavours such as cumin, turmeric & chilli.

Comes on a baked sweet potato.

Allergens: soy


423kcals, 11g fat, 58g carbs, 25g protein


  • 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.

Red Onion

  • The onion offers so many benefits for the prevention and treatment of disease that they are often considered a medicinal food. 

  • Eating red onions in their natural raw state could keep your body healthy on a daily basis and prevent chronic disease in the long term. Because red onions are absolutely packed with vitamins and minerals, including folate, thiamine, calcium, magnesium, potassium, manganese and vitamins C, K and B6.

  • Red onions contain antioxidants, flavonoids. Antioxidants are important because they are fighting the free radicals (toxic organic waste).

Sweet Potato

  • Sweet potato is a great source of complex carbohydrate, which is low on the glycaemic index, meaning that it provides sustainable energy.

  • Sweet potatoes are also rich in fibre, helping your body process the sugars, resulting in a steady supply of energy, for longer periods.

  • They also contain high levels of Potassium, a mineral that plays a big role in muscle control, electrolyte balance and nerve function. 

  • Sweet potatoes also contain vitamin C which helps to prevent muscle catabolism (the breakdown of muscle tissue).