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Thai Curry

A mountain of crunchy, colourful veggies in a creamy coconut sauce, served with brown rice.

 

Option to have with or without soy chicken pieces.

Allergens: soy, wheat, tree nuts, sulphites


Nutrition with chicken pieces:

479kcals,15g fat, 59g carbs, 25.2g protein

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.

Chilli Peppers

  • Chilli peppers add more than just a bit of heat.

  • Improve Digestive Health: The most valuable characteristic of chilli peppers is the compound capsaicin, and its contribution to gut health. 

  • Fight Colds, and the Flu: Vitamin A & C in chilli peppers are vital in building up your immunity against infections and illnesses. Combine this with capsaicin's antibacterial properties that can fight chronic sinus infections. If you are suffering from a high fever, hot chilli peppers can not only relieve the pain, but they can also stimulate the immune system to fight off the virus.

Spring Onions

  • Heart health: Spring onion is loaded with antioxidants, which prevents oxidative damage of our body by the free radicals and helps to lower the blood pressure & cholesterol levels in the body. Sulphur present in spring onion is also beneficial to lower the risk of heart problems.​

  • Control blood sugar level: The sulphur compounds present in green spring onion also increase the body’s ability to produce insulin and thus help in preventing diabetes.